Category Archives: An uncommon education

World Conference for Gifted and Talented Children

I’m still coming down from the high of the experience of the 2013 World Conference of Gifted and Talented Children that I attended two weeks ago. I also attended the SENG Model Parent Group Facilitator Training.  I hope to start … Continue reading

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Living History – Civil War Days.

Yesterday, we attended a local historical re-enactment of the Civil War period.  We have gone the past three years and I asked the girls if they still wanted to go this year, and it was a unanimous yes! I’m glad, … Continue reading

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Winding down the school year

The smart girls are winding down the 2012 school year. I have been quiet on this blog, and have been spending more time on another one of my blogs but we’ve had a very busy year.   I thought I’d recap … Continue reading

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Full moon fire jam

What an amazing experience we had Sunday night.  For one of our last days of summer break, we went to the city. My friend Melody told me about a great free event that a professional fire-spinning (or as they call … Continue reading

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