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Not scary, honest!

I’m not scary honest! But judging by a couple of messages I’ve received lately some people obviously think I am. They’ve said that they needed to ‘pluck up courage’ to message me, usually to tell me how much they’ve enjoyed the books and blog! 415 more words

Scattered Learning

It’s been a couple of weeks since I last posted – we’ve been to stay at my parents’ in Nottingham for a week and pootled about doing all sorts since then. ¬† 639 more words

Diary

Excuses are just that, excuses, not reasons

They start real simple, a quick look, admiration/lust for a body type. Just a little chat. Proximity the ease of access/familiarity. Same interest as their family, same clubs, volunteer work, church employment. 1,159 more words

Duggar Me A Hole

Man, there is nothing I love more than watching one of these kids get laid.

It’s almost like they are released from their parent’s prison. Its pathetic and adorable all at once. 78 more words

Family

Hey Guys!!!

sorry I have been taking long breaks between posts. Life seems to be keeping me away from the blog and involved in other activities or I have just been so tired my brain feels like mush and it can’t pump out a post. 228 more words

New study: homeschooled children less likely to leave their faith

Lindsay, a super-mom who homeschools her kids with her super-husband Doug, sent me this article from Christian News.

Quick blurb:

The recently-released findings from an in-depth study of nearly 10,000 young adults show that Millennials who were homeschooled are less likely to leave the faith than individuals who attended private or public schools.

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