“We spread an abundant and delicate feast in the programs and each small guest assimilates what he can.” (Charlotte Mason) When talking about home education, homeschoolers with a Charlotte Mason leaning often use the term "spreading the feast". We read poetry and beautiful stories. We study art and listen to wonderful music. We read living … Continue reading Spreading the Feast: Nourishing Your Homeschooler’s Body and Soul
I love old poetry, don't you? There is something so rich and satisfying about the rhyme, the rhythm, the imagery and, most especially, the language. Earlier this evening, I came across a poem published by William Cowper in 1779 entitled, "Light Shining Out of Darkness". It really spoke to me and I wanted to share … Continue reading “Light Shining Out of Darkness”
In lieu of a long post today, I hope you don't mind me simply sharing with you a little poem that I wrote. I know, I know. Who writes poetry nowadays? Um, I guess I do (although, technically, I wrote it a few years ago). I've had difficulty getting my thoughts out on paper lately … Continue reading Inspire Me!