I welcome another 100 readers from Bahrain today, probably again from the group ‘Mums in Bahrain’ and I welcome the very exciting edition of readers from Colombia and France in the last couple of days to add to my longer-term visitors from the USA, the UK, Australia and the UAE. In 99% of cases, I don’t know who you are but I wish I did and would love to engage in more debate and sharing of support, ideas and information. It’s only been 24 days since I started not only this blog but also homeschooling so I am honoured and humbled to have so many readers from so many places and I hope I will become a much, much better home educator with your help.
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