Summer Wednesday

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Registered: 03-27-2013
Summer Wednesday
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Wed, 06-26-2013 - 8:31am

1. Does your home have CAC or AC Units?

2. Does your job now, or any job you ever had, have early days off in the Summer?

3. What is the most romantic thing anyone has done for you?

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Registered: 10-23-2001
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:45am

springfever2013 wrote:
<p><span style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">Yes. I WOH (part time, as I said yesterday) and I homeschool. Please tell me I'm not going to have to defend my right to educate my children as I see fit. I work. I homeschool. I wouldn't have it any other way.</span></p><p><span style="font-size:small"><strong><span style="text-align:left">No one stated you needed to defend your right to educate your children. You must be a very busy lady. </span></strong></span></p>

I should have read this first.  I'm sure there are many different meanings for busy now, too. 

 


 


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Registered: 06-26-2013
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:45am

rollmops2009 wrote:
"Please tell me I'm not going to have to defend my right to educate my children as I see fit." ----------- Nope, although I have to confess that is only because you can spell and write clear and coherent sentences ;) .

Thank you. My oldest two do take advantage of our local homeschooling co-op for some things, I teach literature classes there and my darling DH teaches mathmatics. 

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Registered: 10-23-2001
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:43am
Nobody is telling you to defend your right to educate your child Norris, It's cool you also save the idea of moving for later so not to interrupt those imporant years now. God bless you.

 


 


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Registered: 06-26-2013
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:41am

springfever2013 wrote:
<p><span style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">Yes. I WOH (part time, as I said yesterday) and I homeschool. Please tell me I'm not going to have to defend my right to educate my children as I see fit. I work. I homeschool. I wouldn't have it any other way.</span></p><p><span style="font-size:small"><strong><span style="text-align:left">No one stated you needed to defend your right to educate your children. You must be a very busy lady. </span></strong></span></p>

I have the same 24 hours in my day that everyone else does. Emptynester is right, homeschooling allows us to educate our children organically without the artificial times constraints of traditional school. My work hours are flexible since I work for the family business.

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Registered: 02-24-2009
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:39am
"Please tell me I'm not going to have to defend my right to educate my children as I see fit." ----------- Nope, although I have to confess that is only because you can spell and write clear and coherent sentences ;) .
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Registered: 08-22-2009
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:37am

I know a WOHM who homeschools.  One of the perks of homeschooling is one is not tied to Mon-Fri daytime time frame for educating.

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Registered: 03-27-2013
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:36am

Yes. I WOH (part time, as I said yesterday) and I homeschool. Please tell me I'm not going to have to defend my right to educate my children as I see fit. I work. I homeschool. I wouldn't have it any other way.

No one stated you needed to defend your right to educate your children. You must be a very busy lady. 

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Registered: 06-26-2013
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:35am

jamblessedthree wrote:
<p>I do know how citations work and I'm not comfortable sharing what I pulled from my library website here, Why does that translate to not knowing what I'm talking about? That has become the weapon of choice when there's nothing else to debate actually...  But the google engine search that I did find I'm sure that doctor was compensated well for, If you don't like it or that is not good enough for you that's not my problem. Back to where your support lies and why the testy calls at professionals that are qualified - if not more - than you...</p><p> </p><p> </p>

Google compensates you if you turn up in their search engine? I'm going to have to write them and ask for my check! Do you have an address?

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Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:35am
Go ahead. Ask your professor or a librarian if there are any restrictions on posting *citations*, not full articles, *citations* online in a public forum. Seriously, I don't know any other way to explain this, but even if the article is in a subscription database, it is perfectly legal to post the citation information (title of article, journal, author, pub. date, volume, etc) anywhere for any reason at any time.
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Registered: 01-08-2009
Thu, 06-27-2013 - 10:35am
Jambles, if you knew how citations worked, you would not be making the kinds of mistakes you are making this morning. It is also not "testy" to point out there is a difference between the citation style one uses in a newspaper column/blog post vs an academic journal.

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