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    Filed at 3:32 pm under by dcobranchi

    We get letters.

    This one pissed me off just enough to point it out. Armstrong Williams, I ain’t:

    Dear Daryl,

    I found your blog today and thought homeschooling dads like me would be interested in reading what you are posting. I was wondering if you had heard about a magazine produced especially for homeschooling families called The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. As you may know, homeschooling is a tough job that requires the whole family’s support. Even then, it’s not always easy for parents to find the answers to the challenges that are as unique as children themselves. The Old Schoolhouse is their partner; they give helpful advice and encouragement in the work they face every day.

    I am seeking bloggers like you willing to mention The Old Schoolhouse as a Christmas gift for the wives of your readers. If they sign her up for a subscription, they will be sending a message that they support their wives in the important work of educating the next generation. It’s like giving her a trade journal for her life’s work. What better way to remind them through the year of how much they appreciate their work?

    As a way of showing my appreciation for your post suggesting The Old Schoolhouse, I would like to get your family a subscription to the magazine at no cost to you. If you would like to take this offer, please reply to me with a link to the blog entry and your name and mailing address for the subscription. That’s all you have to do! But the post must be done in the next few days to qualify.

    If you have any questions about this offer, please let me know.


    Steve Walden
    Marketing Services Consultant
    The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, LLC


    2 Responses to “LETTERS”

    Comment by
    December 17th, 2005
    at 3:45 pm

    I got the same email – my email response.


    Yes, I’ve heard of TOS. You’ve been paying me to run an ad on ODonnellWeb for the last 3 months! I’ll have to pass on the offer though. I really don’t need to add to the collection of magazines we get each month, and never have time to read.

    Comment by
    December 17th, 2005
    at 7:31 pm

    I can see myself profoundly thanking dear hubby for this wonderful gift of support; as I kick him in the @&&.