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Overwhelmed?

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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Spring and new catalogs are in the air!

The sun is shining brightly today in upstate NY and the snow is melting! Sunshine is somewhat unusual this time of year in this part of the country, so you'll have to forgive my exuberance. It's been a long winter. … Continue reading

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My visit to Sonlight...

  I am not  employed by Sonlight and in fact I live in Kentucky, not near Littleton, Colorado at all. But, for the past 15 years I have been a Sonlight Curriculum Consultant [SCC]. I am a self-employed private contractor and in … Continue reading

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Are Others "Safe" to Talk with You?

She's considering homeschooling. She's attended a few convention sessions and has been encouraged. But she's also terrified. "I didn't realize this was a religious thing," she confides to me. "I..." she hesitates, visibly distraught. "It's okay," I reassure her. "I … Continue reading

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Convention Faces

For the past few weeks I have had the privilege of representing Sonlight at various homeschool conventions on the east coast. As I am writing this, I am preparing to leave for yet another this weekend. What a blessing to … Continue reading

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Going to a Homeschool Convention

I'm scrambling to get my my digital desk cleared because I leave tomorrow morning for a homeschool convention; my physical desk is all but hopeless. I'm going to film because Sarita is speaking at two conventions this year. If you … Continue reading

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History Making...

I grew up loving history. My dad was a high school American History and Shop teacher and he sparked a love for history in me that has lasted a lifetime. We traveled from Alaska to Acapulco, from California to Maine … Continue reading

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