Monthly Archives: July 2011

Unschooling

An Unschooling Method of Homeschooling Talking with my friend Desi last night, I discovered that my wife and I are not the only RGV parents who have used the “unschooling” method of home schooling our children. I use the term … Continue reading

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Re-painting Our Pathetic Portrait

Into this ungodly landscape (See July 6 blog, “How Did This Picture Get So Gloomy?”) walked a man conceived in the first Christian nation (Armenia) and born in New York City. From his parents’ home in the mountains of Ararat, … Continue reading

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How Did This Picture Get So Gloomy?

The first decade of the Twenty-first Century in the years of our Lord brought numerous threats against our nation—some more real than others: threats of terrorism against our way of life; of economic doom and global climate change and depletion … Continue reading

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BROKEN

B R O K E N by Juan J. Guajardo The clay pot proudly watered every weedy creek That crawled across the messy spout. It would go seek Out various, sundry water holes from which to draw The muddy waters … Continue reading

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