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    Default Good Morning and Welcome!!

    Welcome to our first ever Roll Call!
    We have created this area as a daily check-in for members!
    Every morning an admin will start the day with a Roll Call, chat a bit about what her day is shaping up to be, etc. and other members can reply to it with what their day is looking like!!
    It gives us a little insight into your day, might give us some ideas for our day if we were drawing a blank or just a fun way to see who else is online today!
    And the best part is each one will be dated in the Title, so if you remember that so and so was doing something fun on Monday but can't remember what it was, you can go back and find that thread and see!
    So, let's get started!

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    Hi, My name is Kara. I'm new to this whole thing. So please be patient with me. I live in a fairly small town and I don't know too many other homeschooler's. When we mention that we homeschool they look at us with blank stares and change the subject. I'm hoping to get some advice and find other people to vent to.

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    Same here! I haven't even started homeschooling yet... waiting for the kids to finish their already paid for a school year at private school... I'd love to pick the brain of all these experienced homeschool parents! And also vent some frustrations 1st of all just picking the curriculum is insane! How do you do it?!

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    I'm new to homeschooling. My brother-in-law's wife homeschools their 5 kids, so this has been on my mind for a while. My daughter just turned two so I want to get started teaching her as soon as possible. There's just so much to choose from, it feels a little overwhelming.

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    We've got 2 years of HS left and seems like so much to do! I'm still not quite sure how your secular homeschool network connects with each other. As I'm firming up our last 2 years (gulp) I'm looking to see if anyone would be interested in joining us for a biology class this fall. I'd be teaching (solid background) using Miller and Levine's Biology textbooks. Looking for 1 or 2 more interested in joining us. I'm located on Mercer/Burlington county border.

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