Be forewarned, this is the beginning of a series of posts.
We started our home-school adventure several years ago. When our life became nomadic, the idea of semesters, "school days", home-work became somewhat irrelevant. "Teachable moments" became de rigueur, as it were.
And there were more teachable moments than time in the day. Traveling is one of life's best educations.
However, now that we've settled down, we've decided again to get into a routine, which we've all been missing.
On the home-school front, Skye and I are back at Circus Arts Institute on a regular basis. Skye is also going to a teen aerial class at Kinetic Hive as well as a winter Circus Camp.
We're also back to classes at X-3 Sports; Brazilian Jiujitsu for me; kickboxing for Skye and yoga for the both of us.
Skye has signed up for classes at a local Atlanta home-school co-op, LEAD, which is what prompted this particular blog post.
It's been in the air.
Since the dawning of the New Year, I have resolved myself to several levels of "re-education".
Besides all of the re-learning I need to do in order to be a decent home-school teacher/co-ordinator for Skye, there is a plethora of endeavors that I am taking on that require my becoming a student again.
We can start with the personal trainer certification, that I'm on the cusp of receiving.
ISSA here I come.
In our move to the Southeast comes a level of deserved insecurity, in regards to my green thumb. I do believe gardening in the Golden State is a bit easier than in other regions of the country. But I am up for the challenge. It will take some learning though.
A good friend has some vacant earth that I will be planting in. So I'm back in my eco-world. I'm endeavoring on several levels on composting and permaculture.
I'm also looking into starting a business in the good state of Georgia. I haven't owned a small business for awhile and I look forward to its challenges and rewards.
Oh my, Oh my..