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I homeschool my four kids that range in age from preschool to pre-teen. I love photography and science, and vintage hair and fashion. I am facinated with bees, and how they live each day by depending on each other. I was raised by a unique group of women and I live by the values they did (and still do).
What is your blogging philosophy?
Plagerism is not only illegal but morally wrong, and will never do it on purpose! I cringe at the thought of it accidently happening. I believe that anything I post has the potential to effect someone else's day or life; and I strive for that to be a good effect. I started my current blog not for the public (of course it is public now) but for the generation I am raising. I want them to be able to draw on the experiances I have had to help them in the future. I only wish I knew half of what my grandmother forgot!
I have been blogging since...
2004, however the only blog I have alive and public right now was born in May 2010.
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