Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Organized Car

Published with Permission Written by Malia Russell   One thing I have added to my list of “impossible dreams” is a beautiful, clean, perfect looking car. With five children in our family, there will always be stray items, … Continue reading

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The Gift of “How to Learn”

Published with Permission Written by Jessica Hulcy   Early in homeschooling, I read the biography of American physicist Robert Oppenheimer, the Director of the Manhattan Project, who was responsible for assembling and leading the team that developed and … Continue reading

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A Modern Famous Home Scholar

  Home schooled from the fourth grade, Joey Logano is known in racing circles by his nickname, “Sliced Bread,” as in, “the greatest thing since…” He has certainly established himself as one of the best young stock car drivers around. Logano starter racing when his … Continue reading

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