For those of you who were interested in prepared lesson plans using my humanities booklists and other resources, I'm happy to report that I'm exactly halfway through the first year's course in ancient and classical literature and history, with the added benefit of a parallel religion course in scripture. This is the course my son is doing right now, but translating my plans and notes into something usable by someone else has taken a bit of doing, and I got seriously sidetracked by Christmas first, then by illness. Still, today I've finished writing out Week 18 of a 36-week year, and things are coming along at a fast clip now, so I hope to start the second course, in Medieval and Modern history and literature, before too long. I'll be planning that course for my own use next year, so I'll be particularly motivated to get it done by the end of this semester.
These lesson plans include booklists for the year, lists of web resources, and general homeschooling-high-school information, including examples of transcripts we've used for college applications. The plans themselves are written out as lists of weekly assignments, under headings like Reading, Listening, and Writing, though for those who like to lay things out day to day, I've also suggested a general daily schedule into which the plans can easily be plugged.
At this point, the Abandon Hopefully website is shut down since I opted not to pay for another year's subscription, but if all goes well most of the meat of that site will soon be available to you in both print and e-text forms.