Making our worldschooling way of life work

Traveling 7 hours to get a license in a state we may never live in We have been quite busy with arranging for all the “legal stuff” necessary to drive, be insured and vote while traveling the U.S. and beyond as homeless worldschoolers.  Why would this cause us to be so busy?  In order to make our nomadic lifestyle work, we needed to pick a […]

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That’s a Morey Friday Fieldtrip: Fontenelle Forest

“Snails?” asks Casey and Kaelyn simultaneously. Denielle just informed us that for today’s nature study (we study nature each Friday, called Friday Fieldtrips, as part of our homeschooling curriculum), we would be visiting Fontenelle Forest and learning all about snails.  Denielle researched online and found free tickets for us to attend, a savings of over $40. “Fine, but we don’t feel like hiking afterwards, “The boys chime in. “Its just […]

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Questions, new friends and raw milk

There’s something amazing about the power behind a question.  If you think about it, everything you interact with, touch, step on, drive in, wake up on, brush your teeth with, put your feet in, use, and so on, is the product of another’s thoughtful question. So, I had a question recently.  I was asking myself, and God, what milk product was right for our family.  […]

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Our rendezvous in old Nauvoo

“Let’s hide in the van and then surprise them when they come back out,” Kaelyn suggests as we pull our old Lexus in alongside the Honda Odyssey.  I haven’t seen that van for over two weeks; but, more importantly, I have been deprived for over two weeks of seeing Denielle and the kids.  Oh, how I missed them terribly. I had picked Kaelyn up yesterday […]

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