Friday, November 2, 2007

Just a Small Note

I'm very excited to say my first issue of Victoria came in the mail this week!
Big hugs to Patience who let me know it was on again!!
I haven't cracked it open yet, I'm saving it for a quiet hour or so with a pot of tea.
Maybe I'll even make one of those pretty tea cakes I'm always admiring on Patience's blog.
And then I got an e-mail telling me that the first issue of Secular Homeschooling
is back from the printer!
Have you been looking for a secular homeschooling magazine?We have, and a homeschooling Mom
did more than wait, she started one
www.secular-homeschooling.com .
I can't wait for my first issue.
So many of the other Homeschooling Magazines make me feel like
the "odd man out". I'm looking forward to reading this when it gets here.

9 comments:

Jenny said...

I'm going to try and find a single issue of Victoria this weekend- so many people have been raving about it, I'm dying to see what the fuss is about!

I ordered a single issue Secular Homeschooling way back when, so I can't wait to get it. Have a good weekend!

chanale said...

I pre-ordered just one issue of Secular Homeschooling a long time ago, but I didn't get an e-mail update. (Did you get a full subscription or just one issue?)

Have you read Home Education Magazine? That seemed very secular to me.

Brit said...

I have never heard of Secular Homeschooling, but I am interested now! Thanks for the tip. And I love Home Education Magazine very much, for the resources and even the ads. Rebecca Rupp has a regular article in it that has wonderful lists of books and websites for different topics.

Kate in NJ said...

Hi Gals, yes I got a full subscription...putting my money where my mouth is for once,lol.
I tried (2 times) to get a subscription to
Home Education Magazine, but they kept messing my account up...I'm giving up on them for the time being.

Brit said...

Ah, what a bummer! I hate it when things like that get messed up. I don't actually have a subscription, I get older issues from the library.

Kate in NJ said...

B- I read it at our library too.:-)

chanale said...

I'm jealous - we don't have HEM at our library - I'm forced to resort to tacking it onto the grocery bill. ;)

Patience said...

(((Kate)))!! This is why I don't like my Google Reader! For some reason it doesn't pick up some posts. How LOVELY that you have Victoria. I am envious, I can't seem to find it anywhere here. Dh tells me not to mind, just to spend the money on fabric and lace instead and make my life like a page from Victoria ... ah, men never understand. I want to have my magazine and make it too!!

nina said...

Fabulous find. I just ordered a copy of Secular Homeschooling. I wonder how long it will take to receive it. Thanks for the link. Have you had a spare hour to read Victoria? I looked through it at the bookstore last weekend. I wasn't compelled to buy it.

What Patience said made me laugh. years ago, I had a subscription to Victoria and my dh would say "Oh look another cover with flowers on it." lol

I am trying to catch up on all your posts. I've been so behind. I don't know how you manage to post most days but I love that you do.

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My homeschool buddies and I are all posting pics of our "home schools" as part of our idea sharing.

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