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I *LOVE* this!!!! BBC shows are my favorite anyway, but this is priceless!!! Thanks for sharing! :)Blessings,Shani
Thanks for stopping by. (I love the family pic!)Google Reader: https://www.google.com/accounts/NewAccount?continue=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2Freader%2F&hl=en&service=readerVery simple and easy. It doesn't take very long to add friends.To add me to the Google reader just enter http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/rss.php?u=DanielleW in the add supscription on the the left coloumn. For any HSB you can use the same code and just change the "DanielleW" to the name of your friend.I just wanted to pass this little tidbit on.Also a friend of mine told me: If anyone is using Moxilla Firefox, like me, they can get an addon called Sage from the Firefox homepage. It is an RSS that is really easy to use also!.
That is hilarious. Glad to hear there are still interesting shows coming out of the BBC. I especially like the idea of abolishing the DES (the NEA here). Man schools would improve so fast it would make our heads spin.Re: my q&a...I really don't have a lot of readers so I'm not surprised at there not being anyone. I had received that quote in the morning and thought I'd throw the question out there in case anyone had some interesting advice I could use. lol I do like "Scream-Free Parenting." So far it's been one of the more useful books I've read.
What a hoot! And so true too! That's what I think about most "Departments" here in the US.
I have my google reader in my favorites. I don't know that they offer an icon. I can customize some of my favorites in AOL and so I have the direct link to that in my AOL browser tool bar.Glad to be of help.
Re: your comment about RBLearning. I'll try to put together a good list tomorrow and post it some time this weekend or Monday. I definitely understand your frustration. At least once a month I think, "How *bad* can public school be?" *sigh*