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Architecture: An Expression of Human Life by Sandra Zuidema

Enjoy a delightful blog post this week about architecture written by Sandra Zuidema of the Canadian Co-op, the Broad Room.  Click here:   https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-KB.

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Carroll Smith has spoken on various topics related to Charlotte Mason. Currently he teaches at Gardner-Webb University and enjoys working with children, teachers, college students, and Charlotte Mason Institute. He was a teacher and a principal for 21 years before coming to Gardner-Webb University where he has been for six years. Having grown up in eastern North Carolina, he attended East Carolina University for his undergraduate degree and his master's in school administration. He completed his terminal degree and wrote his dissertation on Charlotte Mason at Virginia Tech. Carroll enjoys reading, gardening, and discussing ideas with friends. He and his wife, Andra, and their two young adult college-age children, Corban and Anna, enjoy living, working and playing in North Carolina.

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  1. Carolyn Norris says

    My comment is an inquiry. I have five grown children and educated them in the Charlotte Mason method. I am now a grandmother of eight. I met Susan Schaffer Macaulay at Swiss L’agri about six months after she published her book For the Children’s Sake.To the point, my husband and I will be in Ambleside for just one full day. I would like to visit anything of CM that is still existing. I would like to get in contact with Holly Anne Dobbins but have had problems. Could you have her contact me. jcctbdj@ yahoo .com Thanks

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