Thursday, July 13, 2017

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1.  A Reminder that this Webinar - 12 Keys to High School Success is this afternoon and again tomorrow.  It's FREE!! and a great way to start planning for the upcoming school year, especially if you are new to homeschooling or new to homeschooling high school. 







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Also found out Bravewriter is having a summer camp for moms this August.  It is also free!  From their e-mail:

August 1-2, 2017
The webinars are hosted through our Zoom platform (easy to use). Each session is offered twice (at different times on each of the days). You only need to attend one of the two identical sessions in each category. We only have space for 500 people per session; pick the sessions that work with your schedule. There will be no recordings. All participation has to be live. Camp is not a recorded experience—it's a live one! 
Times are in Eastern Daylight Savings Time
August 1Tuesday
  • 10 amThe Writer's Jungle: How to implement it this fall! (Julie Bogart)
  •  2 pm Online Classes Q & A (Kirsten Merryman)
  •  4 pm Brave Writer Living for Multiple Ages (Julie Brave)
  •  7 pm:  Learning Challenges (Rita Cevasco)
August 2Wednesday
  • 10 amBrave Writer Living for Multiple Ages (Julie Bogart)
  •  2 pm:  Learning Challenges (Rita Cevasco)
  •  4 pm:  Online Classes Q & A (Kirsten Merryman)
  •  7 pm:  The Writer's Jungle: How to implement it this fall! (Julie Bogart)



Sign up for that is here!



3.   Well, since we're talking homeschool training- Dr. James Stobaugh is also holding some low-cost webinars - $15 each.  He calls them his JUMPSTART webinars. 


4.  A Michigan Farmer is being banned from the Farmer's Market in East Lansing, Michigan, because of something he wrote on his Facebook page about supporting traditional marriage.  And now he's fighting back. 


5.  Ever wonder which vaccines carry aborted fetal cells?  This should help.




6.  A heartwarming birth story after two birth losses.  What a brave woman.


7.  A mini Guide to Medieval monks!



8. Some scary facts about colonoscopies.

From an article in the New York Times, dated 2006; “The patients in all the studies had at least one adenoma detected on colonoscopy but did not have cancer. They developed cancer in the next few years, however, at the same rate as would be expected in the general population without screening.”

Another research study published in 2006 concluded that the screened patients in all of the studies developed colorectal cancer “at the same rate as would be expected in the general population without screening” in the next few years, even though all found polyps had been removed.


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