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About meChristian, married to a Navy pilot for 22 years, mom to 2 funny teenagers - one of whom is away at college, home schooler, living in Europe, reader, Auburn girl



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Hmm, I was just looking at your blog and it looks very interesting. I'll be back.
What an impressive library. Our library would appear more similiar other than the fact my children have each set up their own account on here. My daughter is big into American Girl and Ameila Bedilia. My son is an avid Hardy boy fan and Tolkienen. He now has over 200 Hardy Boy books in his collection, in hopes to have them all some day:) I enjoy a mix of reading - History, religious fiction, Yancey, Lucado, Nicholas Sparks, Richard Paul Evans, Jan Karon just to name a few. I have started a goal to read a book on each President and their wife, so I will see how it goes. I have boxes yet to get added to my library list.
I found you through the Carnival of Homeschooling and out of curiosity peeked at your library. Fun to see the books we share!
I, too, have Miss Minerva and William Green Hill in my collection - just listed it today. I LOVED that book, but only discovered it a year ago...I WISH it had been read aloud to me as a third grader!
Hi Anne, Just added the first few things from my library and discovered we are the only 2 readers with "Miss Minerva and William Green Hill" on our lists. I wondered about your introduction to him. I have fond memories of this being a 'read aloud' by a teacher in elementary school. Totally un-PC these days, but Billy's troubles were hilarious to a 3rd grader.
Hi Anne! I was wondering about a few of your books. How did you like "Famous Men" of ... did you use it for grammar 1 (first grade?)

Also, how did you like the Peace Maker. My husband and I are trying to determine whether to buy it for a bible study.

The more I look the more questions....Wheelock's Latin. Have you been successful in learning latin by yourself?

I have a classical homeschool forum at I hope we can chat there!

Hello, Anne. I'm new to LibraryThing, but I see our libraries have many of the same volumes. I also visited your blog and like what I see. I plan to stop back by again. Hope you are enjoying Hawaii, you lucky person.

I, also, cannot live without books, as ol' Tommy Jefferson said.
Hi, Anne. Looks like we have practically the same library, and a love for legal thrillers and Harry Potter.
Hi Anne! I've just discovered the first downside to this thing - seeing your book list is giving me too many ideas for my Amazon wishlist... :)
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