Category: report cards as measurements of household dysfunction

  • Lots of Landmines; No Metal Detector: Part the Last

    A few years ago, I tuned in to a documentary about life in the Alaskan bush, where there are no roads, no stores, no schools. In particular, I was impressed with a 16-year-old girl who lived in the bush with her parents; in one memorable scene, she loaded up her sled, hitched up her dogs, […]