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As promised earlier this week, here is the next group of TOS Crew blogs I have been visiting. Maybe you will find a new blog to encourage or inspire you in the list.
1. Heritage Homestead and Homeschool Academy returned from last year’s Crew. This particular mama is an inspiration to me as she handles all life throws at her with such grace.
2. Lisa @ The McClanahan 7 has me dreaming about chicken chili after seeing her post about it.
3. Lisa @ The Happy Homeschool Mom has a nice post about homeschooling through high school. That’s a topic near and dear to my heart as P is currently in 8th grade. She also shares a lot of recipes that look yummy to me.
4. Loretta @ Books ‘n Other Stuff did a great job showing how they modified a Curiosity File unit to use with high school students. She also has a winter unit study she’s shared over 12 days of posts.
5. Lorie @ The Midlife Housewife had me chuckling about a reason to have fresh eggs from chickens. You’ll have to see the post yourself (and let’s just say it’s going in the benefit column as we consider raising chickens here.)
6. Lorus @ Because of Our Children made my day when she mentioned the kids enjoying the lyrics I wrote for the Cicada Killing Wasp Curiosity File unit. It’s always good to know that your work is appreciated. She’s also been a buddy through Fit Mommy Friday posts and when I was doing NaNoWriMo this past year.
7. This Day Has Great Potential shared about a book she’s reading, one thousand gifts, which is going on my to read list now.
8. Lynn @ Ladybug Chronicles was on the maiden voyage and came back to the TOS Crew this year. She has me inspired to read even more with her participation in the 52 books in 52 weeks ‘movement.’ Scroll down and find the buttons for her other blogs (photography and card making) if those interest you.
9. Lynnae @ Freelance Homeschool Mom has a neat post titled “Easy Workouts for Lazy People” that showed how she’s keeping from turning into a couch potato.
10. Marcy @ Ben & Me inspires me to have more delight in our learning. Reading about her son’s use of Mixing Bowl Academy has reminded me that our family’s studies in cooking and baking have fallen by the wayside again. (Although, D did make sugar cookies with dad’s help today.)