Ragamuffin Studies is Participating in the Homeschool Blog Awards--with Some Trepidation . I haven't decided if I'll participate are not. There are a lot of wonderful homeschool blogs that I would like to recognize, unfortunately I don't think they would appeal to most of the HBA readers. So I'll mention them here.
Ragamuffin Studies - I have found her blog to be educational and thoughtful.
Mother Crone's Homeschool - Angela has been a true inspiration to me. She is a wonderful example of how to exhibit grace & class under less then ideal circumstances.
Principled Discovery has always written extremely thoughtful post. One of my favourites is Banning Huckleberry Finn and I have to agree with her that intelligent people should be able to share their ideas without resorting to foul language. See her post Homeschool Blog Awards open for controversy. I have tried to keep Alasandra free from objectionable content. Unfortunately mentioning death 10 times, shoot twice and Dick once earned me an R rating. Funnily enough many of the bloggers who really push the envelope only got a PG-13.
Cocking a Snook! - I just love the title. You will also find interesting thoughtful post here and some wonderful books to read.
Cocking a Snook Too! is a delightful teen blog.
HE&OS is always good for a laugh. Also contains useful information and links to other blogs.
O'Donnell Web - keeps me abreast of the news homeschool and otherwise.
Bending the Twigs - I enjoy her post and we share the same taste in music.
Why Homeschool - The Cate family have done a terrific job with this blog. They provide thoughtful insightful post as well as run the Carnival of Homeschooling.
I know I probably missed a lot of wonderful homeschool blogs. Some I simply haven't discovered yet, some simply don't speak to me, but they may speak to you. So while I can't offer prizes, I will offer recognition. Here is your chance. If a homeschool blog has inspired you, tugged at your heart strings or helped with your homeschooling adventure, leave a comment. I'll be happy to recognize the blog. At the end of the month, I'll create a poll (it'll be in the sidebar), and everyone can vote for their favorite blog. No rules, hopefully no controversy just a chance to recognize the homeschool blogs that mean something to us.