Author Archives: Darcy

As A Homeschooler…

Photo credit: Darcy Anne, used with permission.  Editor’s Note: Darcy Anne is a homeschool alumni blog partner. She blogs at Darcy’s Heart-stirrings. This post was originally published on July 28th, 2016, and is reprinted with permission. I’ve been watching my kids learn about their world and their place in it. Answering their questions about current events like the marriage equality

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The Accidental World-Changers

  Photo by Darcy S., used with permission HA note: The following is reprinted with permission from Darcy’s blog, Darcy’s Heart-Stirrings. It was originally published on Oct. 8th, 2014.   They wanted to raise a generation of people who would change the world with our excellence, character, and superior skills, unafraid of doing right and standing alone. Well, here we

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I Can’t Save My Siblings

CC image courtesy of Flickr, Eduardo Sánchez   HA note: The following is reprinted with permission from Eleanor Skelton’s blog, The Girl Who Once Lived in a Box. It was originally published on Sept. 1st, 2015. by Eleanor Skelton, HA editorial team   Growing up homeschooled means you get a lot more time with your siblings than other kids. As an older sibling,

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