Update 22: "Homeschooling for cultural preservation" by Andrea. (So how does one properly curtsey to a queen?)
Update 23: Allan Wall has safely returned from Iraq and is in full column mode.
Update 24: Week 3 of the Carnival of Homeschooling is available. Creative-city, do pay a visit.
Update 25: Taken two tests; both were much harder than expected. Waah! Just like Jesus stated, "Woe to you law school programs as well! For you weigh middle-aged women down with burdens to bear." (This dummy is using her creative license to paraphrase Luke 11:47.)
Update 26: The MacDonald Family Singers invite interested parties to subscribe to their new newsletter: email@example.com.
Update 25: The Blacks have arrived in Virginia. Safe and sound and blessed. Welcome back, 'Priscilla and Aquila.'
Update 26: Teehee. Valerie weighs in on the 'slipperyation of church and state,' over yonder.
Update 27: Loud but civil debate over the issue of homeschoolers and g-school sports. I'm repeating myself, but here's one fast observation based on this hypocrite's son playing pub ed football, lacrosse, and hockey teams as a home scholar: In home education-unfriendly Massachusetts, our family was regulated less not more due to son's involvement with the teams. (HT: Doc C.)
Update 28: A woman who works in Christian radio takes HSLDA to task for giving End of the Spear a thumbs up. Read Ingrid Schlueter's complaint. Mart Green, the film's producer and owner of Mardel's, lives in central Oklahoma. The last time I went to Mardel's, I noticed that every other piece of religious kitsch was made in China. HT: COD's blog.
Update 29: Emoly West, homeschool grad, is hosting her sixth winter ball at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in OKC. It will occur on Feb. 3. Proceeds will benefit Character First. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Update 30: A charmin' name for a kitty, altho you have to be of a certain age to appreciate it.