Category Archives: About Homeschooling911

Welcome (Back) To Homeschooling911!

Notice anything different? Well, I hope so!  Homeschooling911 has a new logo! Several months ago I started thinking that the Homeschooling911 logo should more accurately reflect the name of the site. Some may wonder why I chose Homeschooling911 as the name for my site to begin with.  I go into more detail about this in…

Are Your Family Photos Banished?

For those who’ve been following my blog for a while you may remember me talking about being ill in the last six months or so.  While I did recover from an acute illness that I had at the end of December, I was still experiencing severe fatigue when I went in for a routine check-up…

Baby Boomers, Growing Up In Miami and…Pizza!

My regular readers may have noticed that I did not post any new material this past week.  There is a reason for that.  I was in Miami (Florida) last weekend for the “Bird Road Baby Boomers” reunion at Tropical Park. Now if you’re not from Miami you’re probably scratching your head wondering exactly what (or…

Christmas Greetings…From My House To Yours

As this is a blog about home-schooling, I often mention my children in my posts.  I thought that I would send these Christmas greetings with pictures of my children that we used in our Christmas cards this year:  From left to right: Son #1, age 22; Son #3, age 8; Son #2, age 17; and The…

Why Homeschooling911?

Some have asked: “Why Homeschooling911?”  What exactly does it mean?  Does it mean that there have been incidents of curriculum spontaneously combusting in home-schooler’s homes?  Does it mean that a mass exodus of children from the public schools has resulted in gangs of home-schoolers roaming the streets mowing their neighbor’s lawns while they’re not home? Actually…

A Podcast Interview With Yours Truly

I was very honored to be asked by Richard M. Potter of “Potter On Purpose” to record a podcast interview for his website.  He is a fellow blogger (and now a friend!) whose website is devoted to helping people find and live out their purpose. I have to admit I was very nervous the day of the…