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Archive for May 28th, 2009

Just another sweet morning with Tori… She put on this dress and wanted to do a photo shoot, couldn’t resist. 🙂

A girl’s favorite colors – pink and fuchsia


I just got the email from Homeschool Buyers Co-op and Microsoft is giving away FREE software developer and design tools to high school and university students, as long as they belonged to an approved high school. But the Homeschool Buyers Co-op, always looking out for homeschooler’s rights, have received 200 access codes just for homeschoolers!

Now, I just had to mention this, as I had a rewarding and fun career in Microsoft programming before becoming a mother. 🙂 It is a career I may return to in the future… I used to buy a “student package” with all this same software for just $249, when it would’ve cost tens of thousands for me to practice and learn at home. They are offering it FREE and you can start downloading within minutes of your “order”. BUT PLEASE, only take advantage if you have a child who WILL use it.



For web programming as I did, students will want Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008 Developer editions to start getting hands-on learning. Creative kids might like Expression Studio. If your child loves games, maybe he or she will love to try Game Studio to develop their own PC/Xbox games!

Last I checked, there were only 15 access codes left, but they’re going fast.

Homeschool Buyer’s Co-op is a great place to get deals on software, subscriptions, you name it. I’ve gotten our BrainPop Jr. subscription and someday might get Rosetta Stone Spanish program from them. Highly recommended!!!