I have to confess, I am not so great at timely thank you cards. I'm like the bride who knows she has up to a year to send out the cards. I am filled with thankful thoughts, I ponder these all the time. But do I put a pen to paper and actually send out the notes? Not enough.
With a blog, I can send a public thank you letter. No stamp needed. It's a nice way to let the whole world read our mail, without violating any federal laws by opening up other people's mail. If you are not the HSBA Post or Math-U-See, consider yourself legally tampering with someone's mail.
Math-U-See gets a huge thank you. I have been a long time fan of Mr. Demme for years. I feel it is God's provision. When I was awarded the 2010 Thrifty Homeschool Blog Award, one of my prizes, was the Stewardship Math program. I had been debating purchasing it at the last two homeschool conferences I attended, but I didn't need it yet. I have learned my lesson on overbuying curriculum. I was practicing passive thrift waiting for something. My boys will be ready for it in the fall. Here is the loveliness that arrived on my doorstep...
|I knew I was getting the set of books.|
|The bag was a surprise, I love surprises!|
The folks at Math-U-See must know I have bag lady issue. I currently own about 30+ bags and it is never enough. You will see me proudly toting this puppy to my next homeschool gathering. It will make a great conversation starter. Unless they read this post.
I am thrilled that we will have a chance to cover consumer math from a biblical perspective. Thank you Math-U-See for the Stewardship Program!
Thank you to the HSBA Post. I love your blog, your writers, your support and your prizes. There is always a timely message for homeschool moms.
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