Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Notes from the Carnival

Tami Fox is moderating the Carnival of Homeschooling this week and two on my blog roll are highlighted. Leading off is this tribute:

I have been captivated by a new blog, Number One Son Report, this summer. It is an account of a high school, homeschool student who is living and working in Asia this summer. This entry is one of the first entries on the blog, but I encourage you to read the rest of it as you have time. It has been fascinating for me to read Number One Son Report.

Later in the COH is this item:

Mamahadeen tells us, "Lots of folks have asked us how we have dared to allow our boys to grab some of the wonderful, but scary opportunities they've taken advantage of. It's because that's what we've aimed at from the beginning! This post describes some of the practical ways we've prepared our sons to stand like men earlier than our culture thinks possible," in her post, "Teaching Boys to be Men."

UPDATE 19:43 - Visits are way up at Number One Son today, and The Common Room has linked over there too. Mamahadeen got a boost as well. Observation: People actually do read and click through ...

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