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Kicking off convention season 2016

It must be a new year ... because once again our convention reps and homeschool advisors showed up to spend a week in our office planning, learning about new products, and brainstorming better ways to share the value of a … Continue reading

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Nothing new under the sun . . .

It's convention season again. Traveling from event to event ... setting up a booth full of great books and products ... talking to parents from all walks of life. Yep ... even after 16 years it doesn't get old. These … Continue reading

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Homeschool Conventions

Homeschool convention season is nearly upon us. I always look forward to this time of year because I love traveling to conventions around the country and visiting with other homeschool parents in the Sonlight booth. Judy's most recent post told about the … Continue reading

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Careful What You Post Online

One of my friends has a secret social media account. She posts stuff there she doesn't want anyone she knows to know about. It's a cathartic experience for her where she can let slip all the dark, nasty, painful things … Continue reading

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Sonlight to me

Jonelle's blog post from earlier this week made me stop and think what Sonlight means to me. I enjoyed reading her comments, and wondered how mine might differ. Sonlight has certainly been a large part of my life for the … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a convention ...

Homeschool conferences and conventions consume my time in May and June. Back-to-back weekends traveling, unloading, and meeting with parents, young and old, who are seeking the very best choices for educating their children. The hotels begin to run together after … Continue reading

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I love homeschool conventions. They are exciting, busy places that renew my faith in parenting and give me hope for America. At conventions dedicated parents come together to learn, think and to engage with others who want to raise their … Continue reading

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