What Type of School is Right for my Child?

middle school students studying

“What school is right for my child?” It is a common question. I’ve watched friends grapple with this question for years, but never believed it would be a question my husband and I would be asking. We started our version of this discussion when our son was about to enter eighth grade and we realized […]

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My Last Breath

Thursday, March 12 by Miranda Today is the last day of my last 18-days. So far nothing eventful has happened except for occasional morbid stories that Ara and I are sharing. We stopped to eat lunch and I made myself my last, last lunch of my 18-days with tortillas and peanut butter and a handful […]

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Almost a Pizza Party (Camping Next To The Freeway)

Tuesday, March 10 by Ian We were destined for a pizza party in Little Rock, Arkansas, hosted by a Friends’ meeting. I was feeling sort of grumpy and the mood was not that great. As we were driving across Texas, we heard an ominous screeching sound. Yesterday we also heard this sound but it went […]

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Back into civilization

Monday, March 9 by Ezra We got up this morning and packed up our stuff. We ate granola at the bus and got on the road and started driving to Dallas. Before we started driving, we were going to be camping in Texas, but at the last minute a lady let us stay at her […]

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Blue corn tamales

Thursday, March 5 by Miranda I thought that this day was going to be a horrible day. The staff woke up over-enthusiastic and it made me sick. The bus ride induced my laziness and disinterest in digging a trench in the middle of a canyon with people I didn’t know. These three strangers were Hopi […]

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