I've been following your column / blog / Facebook / emails for several months now, assuming I was preparing myself for homeschooling high school in 2 years - little did I know, my son would decide to come home from public school 3 weeks ago, so I've been thrust into this position all of a sudden!
And, I must say, without your cyber-support, I'm sure I'd have had a panic attack or worse. I was headed that a way when I received an email about "Credit and Grades and Transcripts, OH MY!" I watched it, joined the Silver Club, typed an email, upgraded to the Gold Club and suddenly - I was at peace...everything began falling into place. I realized my stress was coming from the fact that I was trying to change my method of homeschooling just because of age level. I was going to a textbook- and- test- on- Fridays school instead of the literature- based approach we've always enjoyed.
Somehow, it all fell into place. Watching a couple of webinars helped me focus my thinking and get back on track. I'm looking forward to talking with Lee on Wednesday and having a sounding board for ideas and other options re: homeschooling high school.
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