Plutarch via The Charlotte Mason Plenary and Why It’s My Preferred Guide

A few months ago I introduced you to  A Charlotte Mason Plenary and I told you about their lovely annotated version of Charlotte Mason's Volume 1.  You, of course, took my advice and headed over there and are now walking around with Volume 1 under your belt, right?  Not to worry if you didn't...you'll be … Continue reading Plutarch via The Charlotte Mason Plenary and Why It’s My Preferred Guide

A Charlotte Mason Plenary: Why It’s Totally Worth Checking Out

So if you've ever sat down to read Charlotte Mason*'s original writings, you may have quickly set it back down and chosen a digested version of her thoughts instead.  Her writing can be tough to read...especially for those of us that didn't grow up in Victorian England. *a note to the reader: Charlotte Mason was … Continue reading A Charlotte Mason Plenary: Why It’s Totally Worth Checking Out

The beautiful mystery of death

There is nowhere else on earth, aside from a cemetery, where death rests so peacefully alongside life. Maybe it's harder to see in some cemeteries.  I imagine there are some spooky ones out there (or maybe that's a Hollywood depiction of death and cemeteries...I personally have never found myself lost in a cemetery in the … Continue reading The beautiful mystery of death