What a waste it is to lose one’s mind. Or not to have a mind is being very wasteful.

How true that is. Thank you Dan Quayle, fellow Hoosier everyone. To prevent such waste we have to educate our four children while on the road. Brenna is very easy, we write a check, although without gainful employment there may be some financial aid loophole we can exploit, but I digress. Travelling around the country and Europe will provide a number of life lessons but there will be some State mandated structure. The Franklin Community School Corporation led by Superintendent, Dr. David Clendening, is working with our family so the children can be Distance Learners. Embracing the plugged in culture, most of our childrens’ materials will be on-line. If all goes well the learning will occur while driving to each destination with the children enthusiastically navigating through the web completely self directed. All tests will be passed with flying colors and when we return to Franklin they will magically be promoted to the next grade. All without parents having to lift a finger. If we are truly motivated and crack the whip we can maybe blast through everything in 3 to 4 weeks – there are no weekends on the road.

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