That's our family!
Ross says the kids at school find it totally strange that his ipod contains things like "A boy named Sue" by Johnny Cash, "Cabin Fever" from Muppets Treasure Island, and "Behind the Clouds" by Brad Paisley alongside, Toby Mac, Classical themes from Pirates and Narnia, Avalon, Elvis, Gretchen Wilson, Weird AL (!) and Dierks Bentley to name a few. I think it's great that he has such a wide and varied interest in music and isn't afraid of his friends opinion or their narrower viewpoint on the subject.
Books -- biographys, self-help, fiction, how-too, military themed and science fiction all grace our shelves.
We love to camp, explore, watch movies, eat out at interesting places, craft, walk on the beach, visit historical sites, ride horses and go to formal dances!
I guess Charlotte Mason's view of a liberal education by feasting on the richness of life is definetly where we're at! It's definetly been a challenge though moving back to a small town where many people have never been outside KS and are ok with that, now I think I want to be settled and content but there's a lot to see in KS too!