"I see eating animal products as a personal choice, not a necessity. My choice not to eat animal products saves energy and water, land, food, and prevents exploitation and cruelty. My choice to eat a plant-based diet is better for my health, easier…"
"For me; the basic notion that I can live a happy and fulfilled life without involving myself in the exploitation of animals. In the society I find myself living it is unnecessary. I don't judge others; its simply my choice and opinion."
"We are starting homeschooling for our 3 children next year. Our oldest is in Kindergarten right now but we have had numerous problems with the school and honestly she is way beyond the rest of her class.
I was homeschooled growing up (uber…"
Earlier it was brought up that the search feature has lost many of it's parameters. That topic is gone now but I was wondering if this was a permanent change or a hiccup?Also I noticed that there was…Continue
Sarah, I tried to comment on your blog. Unfortunately the "Open ID" won't work for my typepad blog. If you could extend your comment section by "Name and URL" (somewhere in the settings), I'd love to come back and comment.
I read you blog.
I just wanted to recommend this book to you, if you haven’t already read it.
It is called Parenting Beyond Belief by Dale McGowen.
Excellent read for secular parenting!
Podcast interview of Dale McGowen from Infidel Guy
Another interview with Dale McGowen
This link is to an MP3, so it takes a long time to load...but I like it.
We actually got a dance dance revolution mat and game. I love it. But so does my son, who won't stay off of it while we're trying to play. My husband starts school next week. And...blah that's about it. Glad all is well with you.
Better late than never ;). I'm definitely going to check into the first one. He's for progressive education right? I'm really interested in learning more, what little I've read has me really intrigued.