On August 13, all of America’s Homeschooling Examiners, including the St. Louis Homeschooling Examiner, disappeared into cyberspace as Examiner relaunched their site to give it a fresh, new upgraded look. Examiner is currently working on getting these pages back up and viewable to the readers. Thank you for your patience as Examiner works out all the bugs, kinks and glitches that came along for the ride during the switchover.
Hopefully by the time you read this, you will actually be able to read this and not be redirected to Lisa Jo Rudy who is the National Informal Education Examiner. That is the page where all of the homeschool Examiners are ending up landing.
Along with this bump in the road to what looks to be an exciting new look for the site, the song of encouragement all week has become High Hopes. So, singalong if you will:
“Everyone knows an ant can’t move a rubber tree plant!
But, he’s got high hopes
He’s got high hopes
He’s got high apple pie in the sky hopes”