My Adventure

I am a 30 year old mom who left a social work job last to stay home with my 5 year old son.  I now work part-time from home, homeschool my little guy, blog, and generally explore all the activities I didn’t have time for when I worked full time outside the home.  For example, I am learning to bake bread, balance the family budget, cook healthy meals for my family, and plan a garden.  I am also catching up on my reading – I love science fiction and I have another blog that is just for scifi.

I am using this blog to chronicle my adventure, both the good and the bad, and I hope others can learn from my mistakes along the way.

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I was happy to discover your blog today. I was unable to find a contact link. I hope it’s OK that I’m contacting you through a public comment. I’ve developed an educational program for Windows called SpellQuizzer that helps children learn their spelling and vocabulary words without the battle that parents often have getting them to sit down and write them out while the parents dictate to them. The parent enters the child’s spelling words into the software making a sound recording of each word. Then the software helps the child practice his or her words. It really helped my children with their weekly spelling lists.

I would love to have SpellQuizzer reviewed in Adventures At Home. If you are interested in hosting a giveaway of a SpellQuizzer license I’d be happy to supply a free license to the winner. You can learn more about the program at http://www.SpellQuizzer.com. There’s a video demo you can watch at http://www.spellquizzer.com/SpellQuizzer-Demo.htm and a community site where SpellQuizzer users can share their spelling lists with one another (www.SpellQuizzer.com/Community). Finally, there’s a page targeted to homeschooling families at http://www.spellquizzer.com/spelling-software-for-homeschoolers.htm. I’d be happy to send you a complimentary license for the software. Please let me know if you are interested.

Thank you very much!

Dan Hite
TedCo Software
Dan@SpellQuizzer.com


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