Life’s Interruptions Are Teachers

I have interacted and connected with so many of you and have missed that! It has been months now since I have written. I wanted to tell you that all is well. I still love sharing about nutrition, health, and my experiences with homeschooling; I plan to keep my little spot here on the internet and do that again as soon as time allows.

(I had started another “bones” post before I was abruptly interrupted! I hope to finish that one day! I had so many comments and questions regarding my “Crumbly Bones” post that I wanted to write a follow-up.)

In March I unexpectedly took on a big project for a community program one of my daughters is involved in. It has “interrupted” my “crafted” life and requires way more time than I have. But it has been good. I’ve learned that I’m never too old to learn anything! And that life will keep bringing me the same challenges over and over again, hoping I’ll get off my hamster-wheel and finally face my fears so I can get out of the hamster tank.

(You’re never too old too learn anything. Face your repetitive fears and anxieties to gain freedom.)

I’ve also continued to see that honest communication is the best policy and that keeping your eyes on the common good will help you to arrive at your goals.

(Be honest. Keep your eyes on the common good.)

I hope you’re feeling great inside! I hope your families are well! I hope that you get off of the hamster-wheel, that you get out of the hamster tank, and that anxiety and fear flee.

Take care and best wishes! I do plan to bring you more practical, useful, and thoughtful posts about nutrition, health, homeschooling, and family-life as time allows.

Terri F

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