Loving My Neighbor Through School Choice

Over the summer we were at a family gathering halfway across the country. It was a lot of catching up and conversation about education came up. A cousin asked if ours was a good school and I hesitated. Yes, our school is an incredible school! We love it and our teachers. My daughter is thriving … Continue reading Loving My Neighbor Through School Choice

A Lesson in Language and Empathy

Today I'm over at SheLoves Magazine, as they look at Legacy this month. As I ponder that word, I remember my own experiences of struggling as a cultural outsider and how that has translated into parenting choices we are faced with. Here's an excerpt - I hope you click over to SheLoves to read the whole thing. Sending my … Continue reading A Lesson in Language and Empathy

Public Schools and Redemption

We are currently in the market for a new house. We finally decided our little ranch is getting too small and we want to move before we actually outgrow it. So, we're getting ready to sell this one and are looking at a variety of homes across Denver and even in (gasp!) the suburbs. Looking … Continue reading Public Schools and Redemption