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Timberdoodle Blog Team: 2019-2020

Hi everyone! I’m Daisy Luckey. This year I’m on the Timberdoodle Blog Team. I joined because I am very passionate about education and homeschooling. Thanks to my husband, I am fortunate enough to be a stay-at-home-mom. We have 1 daughter (age 3).

Things you may not know about me:

  • I suffer from anxiety and depression stemming from an abusive childhood
  • I love animals; have a dog (Ice), a turkey, a duck, a flock of chickens outside and 1 house chicken
  • I love to crochet and cross stitch; I do sell my items
  • I like video games (Pokémon and Story of Seasons mostly)
  • I still have my college math textbooks and do them for fun
  • I am dyslexic



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