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I'm Annie, an inactive lawyer who spends my days homeschooling my three sons, running a computer company with my engineer spouse and writing. We live on a patch of land in Northern California with what amounts to a small petting zoo. We homeschool through a public charter, and our style is eclectic and secular.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I tend to buck the trend of social networking, in favor of letting good writing speak for itself.
I have been blogging since...
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Hey Annie - G'Day from Down Under. :) I look forward to checking out your blog - your life on the petting zoo sounds interesting - LOL!! ;) I'm a new mommy as of January and a new blogger as of May, but having lots of fun so far!! I always like to hear from other moms who know what they're doing a little more than I do, so feel free to check mine out too if you get the chance: www.themommyhoodmemos.com
Have a great weekend! -Adriel
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