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Monday, October 22, 2007

Introduction to My Blog.

I'm new to blogging, so bear with me if something sounds a little wierd. I think I'm going to like it though. I've enjoyed writing down my thoughts since I was a little girl. (Now I type down my thoughts). Writing and essays were often among my best subjects in school and earned me some of my best grades.
School, ahh yes, that's the subject here. I may be new to blogging, but not to homeschooling. I have homeschooled my own children, and also helped with the homeschooling of my younger brothers. I have about 3 years experience into this now. I am by no means a pro, as a matter of fact, homeschooling is an ever learning process in itself, and I don't think it's an art to be mastered. Every year, every week, even every day is always so different from the last. New things are learned on a daily basis and your kids are forever changing and learning things that you have taught them yourself. When you see their progress, it's such an awesome feeling!

4 comments:

Dana said...

Well, welcome to the blog world!

If you would like a way to get your feet wet, so to speak, I am hosting the next edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling. Essentially, that is a collection of links to homeschooling articles submitted by bloggers like yourself. If you are interested, just send me a link to the entry you would like to share!

Feel free to ask me any questions!

gottsegnetATyahooDOTcom

Renae said...

I am rather new to blogging as well. It is really enjoyable, and a lot of work. I never dreamed I would like it as much as I do.

My favorite part is connecting with other home schoolers, so I'm glad I found you. :) I'll be back to visit.

Blessed and More Blessed said...

Thanks for the invitation Dana, and for including me in your carnival!

Blessed and More Blessed said...

Thanks for visiting, Renae! I checked out your blog as well and it's GREAT!
I didn't even know what a blog was until about 3 or 4 weeks ago. I still have a LOT of learning to do, but it has been fun!