The Queen and Winston Churchill 24 Nov 1954.    Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill beams down upon Princess Anne, her hands demurely folded in a velvet muff, as she waited with her mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and brother, Prince Charles, at Waterloo Station, London, to welcome home the Queen Mother from the tour of the United States and Canada.

The Queen and Winston Churchill 24 Nov 1954. Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill beams down upon Princess Anne, her hands demurely folded in a velvet muff, as she waited with her mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and brother, Prince Charles, at Waterloo Station, London, to welcome home the Queen Mother from the tour of the United States and Canada.

Winston Churchill We need to have someone step up to the plate here to stop cutting funding on the arts for our children!  Music class now goes to 3rd grade, but last year when my son was in 3rd grade, he and his classmates did not get music, and art has dropped to every other week, if that :/

Winston Churchill We need to have someone step up to the plate here to stop cutting funding on the arts for our children! Music class now goes to 3rd grade, but last year when my son was in 3rd grade, he and his classmates did not get music, and art has dropped to every other week, if that :/

Winston Churchill II, grandson of Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill, returns to bomb-free London for a visit with his mother. 1942.

Winston Churchill II, grandson of Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill, returns to bomb-free London for a visit with his mother. 1942.

Confident pose: Winston aged seven. He went on to serve as Prime Minister from 1940-1945, during World War II, and again from 1951-1955

Young Winston: Unseen photographs of Churchill as a teenager revealed

Confident pose: Winston aged seven. He went on to serve as Prime Minister from 1940-1945, during World War II, and again from 1951-1955

Winston Churchill: So true, once something is said you have to live with that forever, you can't take it back.

Winston Churchill: So true, once something is said you have to live with that forever, you can't take it back.

Quote of the Week by Winston Churchill -"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.

Quote of the Week by Winston Churchill -"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.

Winston Churchill with His Mother, Lady Randolph Churchill Giclee Print by English Photographer at Art.co.uk

Winston Churchill with His Mother, Lady Randolph Churchill Giclee Print by English Photographer at Art.co.uk

Wife and Children--Sept. 12, 1908  Winston Churchill first met his future wife, Clementine Hozier, at a ball in 1904. They then met again at a dinner party in 1908 where they struck up a lasting relationship. They were married shortly after on September 12, 1908 in St. Margaret's, Westminster. The married couple had a total of 5 children, but one of them died at an early age. Marigold, their fourth child died of a cold that grew into septicemia.

Wife and Children--Sept. 12, 1908 Winston Churchill first met his future wife, Clementine Hozier, at a ball in 1904. They then met again at a dinner party in 1908 where they struck up a lasting relationship. They were married shortly after on September 12, 1908 in St. Margaret's, Westminster. The married couple had a total of 5 children, but one of them died at an early age. Marigold, their fourth child died of a cold that grew into septicemia.

Unschooling thoughts from a wise guy.  I like the idea of semi structured yet  developmentally (as in, per child) focused learning.  Yet I do think Montessori is super appropriate for infancy through age two.  Beyond that point, I think things need to flow with the child's interests, in combination with constant, varied exposure to learning opportunities.

Unschooling thoughts from a wise guy. I like the idea of semi structured yet developmentally (as in, per child) focused learning. Yet I do think Montessori is super appropriate for infancy through age two. Beyond that point, I think things need to flow with the child's interests, in combination with constant, varied exposure to learning opportunities.

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