I am continually reading about homeschooling philosophy, curriculum, and teaching methods. I seek out articles, blog, books, and magalogs to fill my head with all that is good and encourage me for the long journey ahead. However, the reading that has had the most influence on me are the many, many pages I read in the 5 years that we debated homeschooling back and forth--when I was searching for something to tell me point blank this was my mission, or steer me clear from such foolish notions. The title of one lingers in my memory and gives me hope on the worst of homeschool days--"But LORD I Homeschooled Him" I don't remember which book this article was in, only that it was the last section of the book.
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