Today’s Chat is with a Charlotte Mason author and publisher, and if you have been around the CM community for very long, you’ve probably already heard her name mentioned. She is a veteran homeschooler and a passionate Charlotte Mason advocate. The grand vision that she and her husband had many years ago helped shape the future of home education in the United States and beyond. Read More >>
Today’s Chat is with a friend of mine who was the first local friend to start “CMing” it with me. She’s a researcher and makes careful decisions before diving into something. Where I am a dive in head first off the high dive (I have a fear of heights so that wouldn’t ever really happen in real life) kind of gal, she is a dip a toe in the water to check the temperature before slowly wading in kind of gal. I have loved sharing this journey with her for the last year and have learned much from her as she has implemented a Charlotte Mason education in her home with her two sweet boys. I’m so happy to introduce today’s guest and my friend, Elizabeth Reaves.
Thanks for letting me chat with you about your Charlotte Mason journey. You said that your story isn’t anything special and that nobody would be interested in it, but I knew they would and that it is a story that needed to be told! So tell me how you first met Charlotte Mason.Read More >>
We will be talking about living books for the entire month of June. There will be some exciting Chats as well as posts from guest authors. If you haven’t subscribed to the blog already, you’re going to want to because you’ll not want to miss a single post!
Today’s Chat is with a lady who has encouraged many with her enthusiasm, passion, and knowledge about living books. I would consider myself a 3rd generation living books enthusiast as I was influenced by 2nd generation living books enthusiasts, Emily Kiser and Liz Cottrill. Those two ladies were influenced by today’s guest! I’m thrilled to introduce y’all to a living books expert, Michelle Howard Miller!
Thanks so much for chatting with me! I’ve been looking forward to getting to know you better and introducing you to my friends!
Will you tell us a little bit about yourself and your family?
The love of books and learning began early for me. My beloved mother was a reading specialist, but never had a chance to instruct me, because reading came intuitively, and I was thus enjoying the Reader’s Digest before starting Kindergarten. That first year of school found me devouring the family medical books, as I had hoped to be a doctor.Read More >>