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Comments Working Again!

After several days of behind the scenes blog trouble, my comments are working again. I’m sorry I did not catch this right away, and I’m also sorry for any frustration this may have caused you. Thanks to Laraba for alerting me to the fact that my comments were not working, and thanks to JoAnn for showing me that things are finally […]

A Celebration Gift from Ten Thousand Villages

As a reviewer, I get many parcels in the mail.  But the one Miss 13 brought inside last Thursday morning was not a book to review.  Instead, it was a surprise.  And it was for me. When I opened the box, I found a beautiful card congratulating me on being one of Graf-Martin’s top 10 […]

Pinterest for Homeschoolers

  I’ve just started using Pinterest as a homeschooling resource, and it’s amazing.  Being visual, it is perfect for finding and sharing information about books, curriculum, experiments, art projects, and field trips. There are three aspects to Pinterest use for homeschoolers. You can pin the interesting resources you discover around the web, organizing them in […]

Review: Pinterest Power by Jason Miles and Karen Lacey

Did you know that a day has only 24 hours?  It’s a lesson I’m trying to learn, and that’s why I love Pinterest Power by Jason Miles and Karen Lacey.  Rather than wasting time learning by trial and error—and probably still missing things— I am learning the ins and outs of Pinterest from this book. […]

Hacked! Or Something

This morning all my posts and pages had disappeared!  To be honest, I did not really believe it at first.  This was something that happened to other people, not to me. But it had.  And I did not know what to do.  My tech-savvy son is camping, and who knows what ‘the bad guys’ were […]

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