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Geckos, Waialua Sugar Mill, and Cycling North Shore’s Back Roads

While it seems that the rest of the nation’s children suffer from Nature-Deficit Disorder, Caleb and his homeschool co-op friendsView full post »

Homeschool Pi Day

Pi Day only comes along once a year and this year was extra special because if you round up, the date 3.14.16 is actually Pi (Greek letterView full post »

50 Minutes of Fame: Discussing Home Education on TV

In April, the Hawaii Public Broadcasting Station contacted me to be a guest on their program, “Insights.” I joined threeView full post »

Art in the Park

“What adults call ‘wrong’ in Child Art is the most beautiful and most precious. I value highly those things done byView full post »

Sunflower Fields on North Shore

“As a child, one has that magical capacity to move among the many eras of the earth; to see the land as an animal does; toView full post »

A Dinosaur Birthday Party

In September, Caleb and I began chatting about his birthday party. While hiking a trail lined with paperbark trees, hau thickets, andView full post »

Hiking Ka’ena Point

I love absolutely everything about the westernmost tip of Oahu. My favorite way to access Ka’ena Point is from the west side of theView full post »

The Curious Case of The Failure Cloud

Hello, my name is Lacy and I’m a self-diagnosed chronic Failure Cloud sufferer since becoming a foster parent in December of 2008.View full post »

Wheat Bread with Sunflower Seeds and Pecans

Baking bread is one of my favorite things to do with my three year old. protective iphone 6 case cactus He loves grinding wheat, stirringView full post »

Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center

One of my favorite aspects of homeschooling is that I can organize field trips to museums any time I please. iphone 6 witch case SinceView full post »

Our Adoption Story

She’s an amazing person and the strongest woman I have ever known. Every single day, even though we now live thousands of miles away,View full post »

Hike to Hamama Falls

In Hawaii, getting “lost” in your surroundings is often the point and once you stand beneath those falls, it no longer mattersView full post »

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