Ok, so I have to be honest...I didn't think that I had any followers on this site. I think that's why I took some time away, because I didn't think that anyone was reading it. There were no comments, no real feedback...but I just checked my stats for the first time in months and I saw that I actually had visitors! Maybe not many, and I can't tell who is reading what (if anything) or who is actually visiting, but I did see that people had, at least, stopped by. That gives me hope. Not only for this site, but also for a blog that I'm thinking of starting for my sewing endeavor. I am hoping to start an Etsy store where I can sell all my little handicrafts for a small profit. Since I do so much stitching on tea towels and cross-stitching, I thought that I would try my hand at selling these things, rather than have them accummulate in my house. And, since I have all these thoughts that run through my head as far as stitching and ideas and whatnot, I thought that a blog might be just the thing to keep up with those thoughts and ideas. Granted, I am a bit anxious about it, because, obviously, I have a heck of a time keeping up with this site. But, that again, brings us back to the reason why I stopped updating this site in the first place. What a vicious circle. But, here I am, back at my computer, making time to update this site (now that I see that I actually have visitors!), and, hopefully, get started on my new blog. Two blogs...hummm....guess we'll just have to see how it goes.
How it all started...
I was a public school teacher for 6 years in a very urban middle school for both 7th and 8th grade. As the red-tape got thicker and teaching became more of a business rather than a place to prepare young minds to enter into the world, I decided that if I was going to work that hard to give an education to someone, it should be my own son. So, my adventures in homeschooling has begun.
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