It's easy to go blog to blog sometimes and find more and more cynicism and hateful criticism of music, art, neighbors, the weather, politics, history, and of hope itself.These were right next to each other when I went to catch up on blogs:
But unschoolers blogs!? NO, they're about joy and smiles and peace. I love that.
The Bharadwaj Knights
Abundance and what it means to me
AND The Kitchen Sink!
And here's a sweet link to baby Trevor's first attempt at locomotion, in a video with sound:
Alex Polikowsky shared images and memories and this:
A Happy Childhood does last forever....make the most of it for your kids!
Crystal Miller told wonderful stories of her relationships with older neighbors, of gates in the fences and walls between their houses, and connections in their lives.
Have you heard the BUZZ......
That is definitely worth the few moments it will take you to read it. It would be worth an hour.
All over the world (real world and internet both) there are noisy folks feeling virtuous and clever about working themselves into a froth and a frenzy about what's stupid and what they hate and what's wrong. Without changing my location, I can look in another direction and see the unschooling network of blogs, e-mail lists, forums and (yes, I'm still excited) my new chat, and all the things those hook into, and the places the people go when they leave there. We're onto something big. We are creating and maintaining an international co-op for helping to see the beauty and the power in everyday, peaceful, happy learning.