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    So, I swear once Halloween ends.... what I call Holiday Slide happens.... whoosh, November is almost done, Thanksgiving is here, and then WHAM, BAM, the rest of the holidays are knocking at our door. Guess what else is almost here? The end of the voting for our Holiday Gift Guide and a chance to win your favorite! Have you voted today? You can vote daily BUT voting ends November 28th, 2019.

    So, take a quick break from all the Thanksgiving company, turkey, stuffing, football and other festivities. Let Grandma stir the gravy while you hop on Secular Homeschool and drop your vote one last time before it ends.

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