I enjoy reading, learning things, and watching my children grow and learn, which makes being a home educator a good fit for me.
If I could live anywhere in the world, I would. I’ve lived in seven U.S. states (and have had a drivers license in six of them) and in all four time zones in the contiguous United States. It seems like it’s about time to start collecting time zones in other countries.
I dream of one day being able to hold a conversation in a language other than English. I’m really close in Spanish; all I need is to find the courage to speak to a Spanish-speaking person in Spanish, and something to say to them (I’ve already done “¿Donde está el baño?” but find it’s not usually a conversation opener).
About Imperfect Happiness
Today, Imperfect Happiness is a combination of book-related posts (“Bookends” and “My Year in Books” monthly and annual recaps, book reviews, Cavalcade of Classics) and personal reflections on homeschooling, being a mother, and life in general, both the day-to-day and from a broader, philosophical perspective.
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