"I attended normal school. But my mother always talked about how she wanted to homeschool us. It was not legal where we lived. I would have loved to have been homeschooled. I have a daughter who is 23 now and when she was…"
"Ann, I'm so jealous in a happy-for-you way. It's our dream to do something very similar. We are currently in the process of starting a community garden and this summer, I'll be hosting a Cob playhouse workshop which teaches…"
"Hi Alina, we are in lower Alabama on the Mobile Bay eastern shore. We're crunchy Christians as well. I have an 11 yo son that I have unschooled for the past 4 years and we were extremely relaxed homeschoolers prior to that. We…"
"So excited to find you guys. We live in Tuscaloosa and hope that our faith, which is of the super crunchy flavor, won't leave a bad taste in anyone's mouth. :) I had to leave Christianity to find Christ.
Anyway, please tell me about you…"
how long have you been unschooling or homeschooling?
6 years. I have been a stay at home Mom for 16.
first names of children
a little about me
I am totally into the law of attraction. It seems to me that things that occur to me or my family have some reason. Be it negative or positive, I can look at it and say "Wow, now that is something I never would have guessed would have taught me something." I have run into negative people along the way, but somehow each situation has encouraged me to be a better person. I love moving,animals,and reading. But, my biggest accomplishment in my many adventures with my children has been evolving into a real life unschooler and trusting myself with this choice. Trust me when I say that I have had to battle many a family quarrel, but I don't bother anymore. My kids are happy, smart and pretty neat people.
I run an umbrella school in FL called Florida Unschoolers. The website is here -- www.freewebs.com/floridaunschoolers.
If you have any questions, feel free to email.
Hello, My name is Kimberly and I unschool and run my own umbrella school in
Alabama..I grew up in Orlando where I live for over 39 years. Could anyone
enlighten me regarding the laws in Florida for Unschooling? Thanks for your
Thanks, lady. You are terrific.
Schooling through RVing would work if Dad could telecommute. Failing that, I guess it's all about finding the miracle that would allow what you want to really happen. And keep looking in Alabama, those people will begin to find you, especially if you just become OK with not having connected with them yet. Have great fun today!
Hi Kimberly! It's interesting that you called it a story. I wonder if there's something you tell yourself about staying in one place or not being in motion that makes it really hard to enjoy just being where you are? It's no better here than there. I mean, I have a hankering for Oregon, but I recognize that I crave change. I'm one of those who could sell it all for an RV and a road map in an instant.
When and why were you considering moving? We left Atlanta in search of a Waldorf school that went to High school. Came to Austin and after 5 years were homeschooling all the kids, finally and permanently. How ironic is that?
texas can be like that too. and it depends in texas where you move. to far west and its hot and dry, to far south or east and its hot and humid, theres not really anything to far north lol. but we have 2 1/2 seasons. its nice to talk to other people who know about diabetes.