Stephanie has the first of her promised Ambleside posts... here.
Oh, how I would have loved to be there with her as she was given a personal tour and access to the Charlotte Mason papers as well as seeing the museum.
She explains the miraculous series of events that made it possible for this very special visit. To think she would be there at the same time a woman would be visiting who spent her life studying Charlotte Mason's work... amazing.
If you know anyone who homeschools using the Charlotte Mason "method" (which is really a lifestyle), I know these posts will make her so real.
Little did I know when I purchased Susan Schaeffer Macaulay's book, For the Children's Sake, all those years ago that it would influence my own life and that of my daughter and grandchildren.
I read an essay recently (online... wish I could remember where it was) that talked about how it is possible one book can change a life.
Even if you have no idea who Mason is... the pictures of England are lovely. :)