I have not yet read this book, but I would love to. I went to public school through 11th grade and when we finally decided we should have been homeschooling all these years, I pulled out my senior year and graduated homeschool in 2009. When you graduate highschool, you are just expected to go out into the world and get a degree. So, I went to a year at a community college, and I must say it was not a good experience. It was just like highschool, the same kids I had attended school with, along with the same drama and liberal teachers. After that, I enrolled and was all set to attend John Brown University in Arkansas to get a photography degree. About 2 weeks before I was to move in, I realized I was not doing what God wanted me to do, and it just didn't feel right. I decided to be a full time stay-at-home daughter. It was the best decision I ever made. It had taken me such a long time to decide on enrolling at JBU and I was just so indecisive. After I finally made the decision to stay at home, I finally felt that peace I had been searching for.
It is so good to see young Christian women deciding to stay at home and fulfilling God's purpose for women in the home.
I really want to read this book.