i don’t believe in the god the way i used to, but i liked that verse about laying your burdens down. it felt familiar. like after a long hike where i carry the picnic lunch + we get to the top, i can drop that basket, shake out my tired arms + lie in meadow grass to eat. that’s what summer feels like after a spring-y spring, slow + embracing.
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February 17 – Weekly Photos + Notes
Hope everyone enjoyed their Valetine’s Day as much as we did! Cards, candy + miscellany were exchanged with friends at our Wildling group party (one day early), plus some musical chairs + dancing. We had a family exchange as well. Because they live too far away to come, Rosetta sent a long letter to her grandparents in Kansas, plus individual cards from both kids, along with a pile of chocolate, their favorite.
February 11 – Weekly Photos + Notes
We’re grappling with the swing of life, trying to get a better hold this week. Or at least I am. Everyone’s got loads of energy, ahead of spring, and I’m trying to leash that into more activities that require attention + movement. We bought the kids new bikes, after a long search together, and have been on several rides already. Plus we picnicked – in what turned out to be freezing wind – and had a great time revisiting old nature haunts, just the three of us.
Gameschooling + Math
Lots of post exist about the benefits of gameschooling, in particular its whimsical, non-worksheet way of checking off skill progression boxes while spending time together with your family. What could be better?