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Blog Update II

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We have added a few of our previous posts that were missing but have no way of recreating most of our comments. I’m sorry if you can’t find a post you wanted to read or your comment and/or my reply no longer show on the site.

We have also started over with counting visitors/showing where they are from on our little revolver map at the bottom of the page. Sigh! Ah, well; this is life. We now have a better back up plan in place.

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

 

 

Warm Regards~

Christian literature based homeschool curriclum

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