Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Carnival of Homeschooling is up - the Dog and Cat edition

This week's Carnival of Homeschooling is being hosted at Alasandra's Homeschool Blog.

She starts out with:

Fenris was adopted from the Bay St. Louis/ Waveland Animal Shelter. He is a well loved Mutt. The best guess is he is an Great Pyrenees & Australian Shepherd Mix. Fenris' name comes from Norse Mythology.
The Fenris Wolf (aka Fenrir) is a creature of the Asgardian dimension who is said to be an offspring of Loki and the giant Angrboda. It is a huge wolf (usual height 15 feet tall) with human-like intelligence, vast strength and the capacity to change its shape to that of a god or to change its size to that of a real wolf.
Just like there is a lot of diversity in the dog world there is a lot of diversity among homeschoolers.



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Mommydew said...

I'm a reader of your blog. I enjoy a lot of the articles you post. I read this one tonight and wanted to share it with you.

Homeschooling Resources said...

Love the Carnival of Homeschooling blogs! As a veteran homeschooler I love reading about what other families are doing these days.

Thanks for brightning my days.

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Henry Cate said...

Mommydew - thanks for the link. Isabel Lyman blogged for years about homeschooling at The Homeschooling Revolution. She's a wonderful person.

Thank you both for the kind words.