This is not quite homeschooling, because homeschooling, while challenging, does have a million perks. I loved creating a mesh of weekly plans, shopping for curriculums, and adding my own touch of field trips for practical application of our studies. I loved the fluidity of it, the ability to change it in response to the needs… Continue reading Pandemic Schooling: Thank you Teachers
Children are out future. I think that’s the meaning of life: pushing for better so that our children have better. They are what continues our existence. They hold our memory. They carry on our culture, our beliefs, our traditions. Everything that we do, that we create, that we advocate for, should have the thought of… Continue reading No Kid Hungry: Why You Should Jump on this Chance to Help
Lifeguards don’t wait to hear a clear call for help, because if you’re already drowning, how can you open your mouth and yell with water pouring in?… Continue reading “It’ll be Fine.” Invalidation, Dismissal, and Lifeguards.
Right now I’m working remotely. Right now my children are learning remotely. Help.… Continue reading Zoom Meetings, Not Enough Coffee, and Sexism
Once upon a time and long, long ago, I was alone. That is, I was not a mother. A daughter, a sister, yes. Motherhood is the most crushing and awesome events of life. I mean that very literally. Well, almost. No, I haven’t been literally crushed under the weight of responsibility of raising little people.… Continue reading Before and After
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