• SecularHomeschool.com Member Map

    Who says Topsy never listens when you speak?? When member Teri inquired about a locator map for our more "visual" members, I really tried to pay attention - - even though there were lots of bright shiny objects (and a bag of Dove Dark Chocolate sitting on my nightstand) to distract me.

    Fearing that I might never get back this momentary bout of concentration, I went right to work and created our new SecularHomeschool.com Member Map!! If you would like to see where other secular homeschoolers are located, simply click on the link to view. Hover over each pushpin with your mouse to see the member username.


    To be added to the map, simply click on the "Additions" drop-down menu, and click on "Simple Addition" to add your site username and city, state, or zip code.

    Of course, you may still use our Member Locator feature to find other local members as well.
    Comments 24 Comments
    1. Teri's Avatar
      Teri -
      It's perfect! Thanks Topsy!
    1. kcanders's Avatar
      kcanders -
      That's great Topsy! Thanks.
    1. Sarbare0704's Avatar
      Sarbare0704 -
      Awesome idea! I love it!
    1. InstinctiveMom's Avatar
      InstinctiveMom -
      Spiffy!! Thanks, Topsy!!
      ~h
    1. hockeymom's Avatar
      hockeymom -
      Who lives on Baffin Island?
    1. elkhollow's Avatar
      elkhollow -
      Thank you, Topsy!
    1. Vashti's Avatar
      Vashti -
      Thank you, how fun! I added our homeschool...we're the candle in the middle
    1. Melyssa's Avatar
      Melyssa -
      That's neat! I added us in WA state.
    1. Spookygirl's Avatar
      Spookygirl -
      Fun, I added us to California
    1. Kathy Ulrich Balman's Avatar
      Kathy Ulrich Balman -
      Very cool I added us to Jasper, GA
    1. lilypoo's Avatar
      lilypoo -
      How neat...c'mon AZ people, I know there are more of us!
    1. Cactus Flower's Avatar
      Cactus Flower -
      Another Arizona family here.
    1. Persikka's Avatar
      Persikka -
      yeah - western NY people!!!
    1. MrsLOLcat's Avatar
      MrsLOLcat -
      Wunderbar! I added us; I used my name from this site.
    1. Laura Blair's Avatar
      Laura Blair -
      another az family here! i put my email address on my pin. email me! let's hang out!
    1. Tayonoss's Avatar
      Tayonoss -
      Ty this is very cool it is nice to really see where everyone is.
    1. opheliag's Avatar
      opheliag -
      Very cool! It's great to see where everyone is located.
    1. Bugs's Avatar
      Bugs -
      So Cool, THANKS!!
    1. Jen Edwards's Avatar
      Jen Edwards -
      oopsie. I added myself twice and I don't see a way to edit. Sorry!
    1. SamB's Avatar
      SamB -
      Very cool, is there anybody else in Singapore or Indonesia
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