The Homeschool Post

Follow this button to read what I have to say over at The Homeschool Post.

Follow this button to read what I have to say over at The Homeschool Post.

I am excited to announce that I will be blogging as a monthly contributor over at The Homeschool Post.

I am the first homeschool dad to write for The HSBA Post and look forward to representing the often under spoken voice of homeschool dads. By "under spoken," I don't mean that homeschool dads are not given a platform to express our thoughts, views, or beliefs. I mean that even when given the opportunity (blogging, conferences, etc...) most dads do not take the chance to speak up about homeschooling, choosing instead to push their wives into the arena of discussion and debate. 

With a wife who is extremely involved in the world of homeschooling and blogging, I have been immersed in the homeschooling world for nearly 15 years. I've seen a lot of versions of homeschooling. The good, the bad and the ugly. It is my hope to bring everything I have to the table: experience, stimulating thoughts, gobs of humor, occasional frustration, regular encouragement, and my typical "stick-poking" to the broad topic of homeschooling.

Each month, I will let my readers here at theMangoTimes know what I am writing about over there and hopefully you will visit me at both locations. 
Today's post is a basic introduction to who I am: Meet Fletch!
For those who have been around theMangoTimes, there's nothing much new about me to say, but I would still love it if you would drop by and leave me a comment at The HSBA Post. Thanks!

Quietly making noise,
Fletch