Home education in England: the politics
posted by Gill at 10:24 am
OT: would you consider putting an update on Sometimes it's Peaceful when you have made a new post of Sometimes it's anything else? Because I never go around all your blogs checking, but I love reading your words...
Emma, that's a great compliment. How kind of you! I haven't written much to those other blogs recently, but there is some catching up to do WRT our off-grid plans and recent house jobs. And pending house jobs! Many plans and ideas are in the air, which I should and will blog about very soon. And yes, I'll certainly put an update on here when I do :-)
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