Once thought to be favored only by religious families like the Duggars, taking education in-house is now finding a whole new class of practitioners.
Studies have found that the outlook is grim for the chronically lonely. But the writer, an acute sufferer, may have found salvation … from her very own bookcase.
The writer, a Chicagoan with deep ties to the Seventh Ward as a veteran inner-city teacher, neighbor, and mother, was always regarded as a Yank. Until Katrina hit, and all the rules changed.