Looking for more inspiration and resources? Here’s a regular, old, homeschooling bookstack. It’s not a secular stack, it’s not an unschool bookstack, just a great place to start if you’re thinking about home educating your children during the global pandemic and, if like me, your area is still under quarantine. I think I’ve loaned out/given away most of my secular book resources; these are the … Continue reading Homeschool Bookstack
4th of July: 2020
This year, particularly Spring 2020, has been a year of change for me. Sure, I’ve crossed over solidly into mid-life, through the growth of my children and status of my cancer recovery, but also the social justice change and growing isolation in quarantine. Continue reading 4th of July: 2020
Based on my Covid-19 assumed illness, this is the view out my window.
Written for 100 Word Wednesday: Week 142 Continue reading Effluvium
Posted first on my Instagram accounts Bikurgurl and Eclectic Unschoolers. I’m in self quarantine. Inside my own home. I talked with a registered nurse from my doctors office; she confirmed I likely have a mild case of the covid-19 virus. Novel coronavirus. The pandemic. Of course, at this point I cannot get tested as I am not having respiratory symptoms. I started getting sick Monday, … Continue reading I’m in Self Quarantine – Seattle Covid-19 Quarantine
Aff. links: I love passing on links to companies and products I love and use – see below 🖤 We’ve been in quarantine for less than a day statewide, but here in King County, Washington, we’ve been asked to limit activities for weeks. Washington State Governor Jay Inslee ordered a two week ‘stay at home’ order effective yesterday, and has stated today it may have … Continue reading Three Things I’ve learned during the Seattle Covid-19 Quarantine
Hello from King County, Washington! Our county experienced the first deaths in the USA from the COVID-19 outbreak. A stones throw from our home, our communities are dealing with a modern day pandemic.
My family? We are healthy and well. We are not in the vulnerable populations nor is anyone ill in our family. Continue reading Seattle: Covid-19 Update