Friday, November 30, 2012

Flying By

Gotta get down on Friday.

Two days since my last post, and so much has happened for the school. Lovely donations coming in from EcoFoil, and La Petite's trailer for her tiny house is finished and ready for the framing to begin again, much love and thanks to Howard's Wrecker Service in Smyrna, Georgia. They tow, they do bodywork - they take care of their community).

Quinn made us some amazing homemade tagliatelle, Ella finished the blueprints for her chicken coop, we searched around for some chickens to incubate (dream set here; donations welcome!), and Will has made good strides on his go-kart. Oh, and we spent $38,000 in one day.

This week has flown by, and every day has been filled with chatter, laughter and conversation. It is hard to explain the flow of our days, how the kids move around the school and each other, how conversations that would be cut off in the normal flow of a traditional school day become long meandering roads of discovery, opinions, argument and new insight. Our days fly by in a flurry of activity, and sometimes they fly by in a flurry of play. Both are amazing to be a part of.

Lots of work ahead, and we are all so ready to do it. Have a great weekend!

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