- First, we’re in a new place.
- Second, we’re not in the fertile field of kids called “public school”.
- Third, I’m reluctant to get too involved and committed because we travel back and forth to Oklahoma frequently.
- Fourth, Illinois just doesn’t seem as warm and welcoming to me.
To find another child who is emotionally, intellectually, and chronologically matched to our child, within the same geographical area is frankly, selling your child’s uniqueness short!
This is a snippet of a post about Friendship, on Angela’s blog, Mother Crone’s Homeschool. After reading her insightful words, I felt much calmer and more satisfied with where we are. It’s written from a homeschool perspective, but applies to all children – and adults as well. Friendship is something to cherish – and I’m thankful to have several of these special women in my life.