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From: Brenda C. posting for Joyce (24-197-118-195.dhcp.spbg.sc.charter.com)
Subject:         Welcome, Val!
Date: December 7, 2006 at 6:16 pm PST

In Reply to: just found this site posted by Val on December 3, 2006 at 7:06 pm:

You are right, single parent homeschooling can be a lonely existence. You have to create avenues for adult interaction. We're here, of course, but locally perhaps you have a homeschool support group? Monthly meetings, group field trips, and the like will give you a chance to talk to women your own age. Church activities are another possibility.

For myself, I have 2 good friends. We all homeschool. We don't talk on the phone a lot, we don't see each other much, but they are there when I need them. I've got many many online friends too. I've met 3 ladies on this board in person! I'm also a member of a Christian moms board - I've been there 6 years. A group of us moved over to blogging, and so these friends and I interact through our blogs. We send each other Christmas cards, and sometimes other things, that's how close we are. Because it's so hard as a single parent to have free time, time on the computer is nice. Just make sure you have some in-person friends too!


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