Week of Thanks: I’m Thankful for My Readers and Listeners

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Recently, I laid out a digital fleece before the listeners of my podcast. I don’t hear a lot from them and I thought that perhaps the listeners of the podcast had little to say about what I had to say. Confusing, isn’t it?

I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the comments left for that episode. Those aren’t the only comments I’ve received. I got deluged with Tweets and Facebook messages asking me to continue the podcast after episode 97 (I will continue—more on that at a later date).

Readers of the blog have been a bit more vocal and their interactivity is something quantifiable when it comes to determining if people give two hoots about what’s happening here.

I thankful for all of you. Thanks for reading and thanks for sticking me in your ears.

You just finished reading “I’m Thankful for My Readers and Listeners“. It’s day one of the Week of Thanks 2013 series. Feel free to leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you!

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10 Things You Should Never Ask a Homeschool Dad

Homeschool dads are an interesting breed. Some of us handle the majority of the homeschooling, others (like myself) pitch in when needed, and other fall somewhere in between. We like talking about and answering questions about homeschooling but there are some things you should never ask a homeschool dad.

10 Things that will make a homeschool dad angry

1. What curriculum do you use? We don’t know. Even if we do, our wives probably use something different for fill in the subject so don’t ask us, ask our wife.
See the other nine questions

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Easily Turn Your Smartphone Into a Microscope for $10

I love this project! My kids and I will be doing this very soon. I’ll follow up with results.

This is great for homeschooling. Now you and your kids can have a portable microscope that you don’t have to worry about damaging. Take it on nature hikes, to the park, use it in a co-op class. The applications are endless!

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