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Jamie Martin, editor of Simple Homeschool, also blogs about motherhood at Steady Mom
“It’s back-to-school time, or as homeschoolers call it, stay-where-you-are time.”
~ Stephen Colbert
He wakes early–and I always know when.
I hear his voice drift down the hallway–starting the day with a song. Love songs for me, for God, for the gift of life itself. Ever the optimist, Jonathan greets the morning with joy.
But I wonder how the refrains would alter with a rush for breakfast, bus stops, and quick goodbyes.
Would we miss out on the music altogether?
Time for morning love songs–one of my favorite things.