Tag: lifelong learning

  • Going On

    Going On

    To follow up with yesterday’s post on very early childhood education, I was looking at photos of my children when they were young, and remembering how they interacted. Because they modeled how they were treated, they taught each other. When the Little Man was 2, and the Eldest was 8 going on nine, she would…

  • Almost Done

    Almost Done

    I have one final left, tomorrow. Actually, it’s a presentation, with an accompanying paper, so I am not really worried about it. Today I have an off day, which will likely be full of, well, life. I have my First Reader home with me, so I’m not going to be online much, but I wanted…

  • Good Reason

    Good Reason

    I have been struggling to maintain my daily wordcount, and I hadn’t gotten around to posting my progress for Sarah Hoyt’s 13 weeks to a Novel series, because I have been up to my eyeballs in studying. I have four (technically five, but I did the work for the fifth class last semester) classes this…