Sunday Sampler for May 12, 2013

Assorted lovelies for your reading and viewing pleasure….offered up weekly on a pretty blog platter!

I love learningand stretching my perspective; I love sharing what I find with others, and learning and stretching more in the process.

I offer up this virtual Sunday paper, filled with things I have read and enjoyed recently, in the spirit of learning and sharing.

Share your opinions, editorials, and ideas for future  topics or articles in the comment receptacle below…

And now, this week’s buffet of ideas….

Creating:

 

Learning:


Relating:

Inspiration:

 

Hows and Whys:

 

Smiles and Laughter:

Do you have an idea to contribute? Want to submit a link for consideration? Step right up to the comment receptacle! =D

8 comments

  1. Thanks for mentioning the Memoir Momentum Project. I love that you called it “unschooly.” I hadn’t thought about it that way, but you’re right. It is individualized and follows the learner’s agenda. I will probably offer it again in October, FYI. 🙂

    • Sue,

      My resident unschoolers are 11 and 8, and I have gotten good at seeing things from that angle.

      October might be a perfect time for me. I will consider it. Not sure I will write a for publication memoir, but not sure I won’t, either!

      Thanks for stopping by!

    • K.B.,

      My father loved to share the articles he read with anyone he cared about, if he thought they might enjoy them. Since I started reading at 4, and inherited his wide-eyed interest in a cornucopia of subjects, I was the recipient of many.

      This feature is, in part, a way of paying forward all the fascination, and, in part, the part of me that might have liked being a librarian coming out to play…

      The best parts? I get to read all the things I share, and give great writers more exposure! =)

      May your gardening be fruitful!

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