Diana Waring and Dr. Jay Wile had very different beginnings in homeschooling. Dr. Wile first learned about homeschooling when he was on the faculty at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. He started experiencing a few science students who were head and shoulders above the rest and found out that they were graduates of home education. At the time, he didn't know anything about homeschooling, but seeing its products made him want to learn. Diana first learned of homeschooling in 1981, when a friend gave her a book about the subject—two months before she had her first child. Though an utter novice to teaching, she discovered experientially that homeschooling is far richer than normal education. This talk shares insights both Dr. Wile and Diana have gleaned through their homeschooling journeys.