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Something Homeschooler's try to live by! Find and encourage your child's strengths! Do not compare to the "norm", because it's a meaningless invention of fallible man!

When your situation involves more than you, listen to your voice. Then all you have to do is figure out what their voice is telling them. Maybe you should ask, because it sucks to wonder. Then it comes down to trust, motivations, and actions to find the truth.

we need to be more aware and have compassion. everyone has their struggles that most people don't even know anything about.

She had blue skin And so did he. He kept it hid And so did she. They searched for blue Their whole life through, Then passed right by - And never knew.

I love this. The first time I had my heart broken my Mom gave me an old newspaper clipping of this poem.

It's called conscience...you did not get it from "survival of the fittest" or chaos. It was ordered into each and every one of us.

The Voice - it's just now that I realize just how powerful Shel Silverstein's poems were.

Don't be shy to take advice from those who know what they are talking about, or you will never develop that voice, but you also need to make your own experiences and help someone else find their voice.

For my sister, Quinn, and my dad, on Valentine's Day. i carry your heart with me.

I read these books CONSTANTLY as a child. A few months ago I ordered every single one of them off of Amazon so I'd have them for MY children someday!