Unschooling is a popular term but its interpretations and applications vary wildly. In Part I, I turn to the father of unschooling and find that his writings go beyond homeschooling to be useful for parenting as well.
Lately (and I mean in the past few months) I’ve felt very incapable of joining in social conversation.
Today, on a day full of rain, Jack suggested we go out to a surprise location for lunch. I’m always down for surprises. By the time we drove into Bowness, I was hopping. “Angel’s?!” I guessed/demanded. Indeed it was. Angel’s Drive In.
The refreshing thing about farmers’ markets in Calgary is that they remind both Jack and myself of London’s Borough Market, with its blend of fresh produce, specialty goods, and hot foods.
I haven’t written a food post in years, but the remoulade was that good!
Remember the song, “I am slowly going crazy,”? For a while i was rewriting the lyrics to be a bit more relevant to my current situation.
Okay huge disclaimer before I begin: I’m trying to be funny. Which is something you don’t say when you try to be funny.
I used to be such a slow person, and my parents said as much.
Stonehenge is pretty awesome! And it’s something that not all Londoners have visited (true fact, because I asked one of my co-workers and she was all like “REALLEH?”)
Typing this with one hand because baby’s holding the other.
On the last leg of our full-day tour, we landed in Bath and ran around the town in a light spring rain.