I don’t think I will ever get tired of spending time in New York City, especially during these homeschooling years. Every. Single. Day in the city is a new adventure. A new learning opportunity.
From the time we step out of our apartment door in the morning, it’s immediately apparent that the day is one of fresh discovery–with or without the best laid plans. There’s no room to be bored in New York City. Well, unless perhaps you are a 13 year old who tells you the city is such a boring place and other places, like Connecticut are much more ‘happening’…. Really??? At least when she’s hangry (because the siblings can’t agree on where to eat lunch)…after food, the city is such an exciting place. Go figure.
Now that October is here, it feels like we’re on the final approach to wrapping up the year. I have neglected to post regular updates this year, primarily because it has been a somewhat chaotic year with lots of projects and travel–while worldschooling, of course–sprinkled over the months. It’s not that I haven’t had things to say or share. In fact, at any given time, I probably have at least a dozen posts swirling in my brain that I ‘intend’ to post, along with hundreds of photos that I would love to share.
To get ahead of the holiday rush, I’m going to do an early wrap up with some travel highlights from the year.
It has been a fun and exciting year of travel. Some of the places the kids and I visited or stayed at for extended periods of time this year included: New York City, NY; Miami, Florida; Maine; Vermont; New Hampshire; Massachusetts; Connecticut; Turks & Caicos; Quebec, Canada; Switzerland, France, and Iceland. And we aren’t done yet. We still have additional 2016 travel planned before we ring in 2017.