A Narration of Reconsidering Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition

This week I was able to read an enlightening post by a fellow Charlotte Mason educator that I very much appreciated. You may have heard of Art Middlekauff's detailed post on the Charlotte Mason Institute blog to Karen Glass's book, Consider This. (Art's post is now available on the Charlotte Mason Poetry blog.) You may … Continue reading A Narration of Reconsidering Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition

“we were truly of no account, that no flesh should glory in His presence”

I read this quote a few months ago, and put it in my commonplace book (of course). Then I put it on the fridge, and it has come to have deep and special meaning to me over these months of uncertainty with our little foster children. I wanted to share it here.  "And we saw our … Continue reading “we were truly of no account, that no flesh should glory in His presence”