It is to be expected I know, but man she is stomping on my last nerve today. It is a beautiful day outside and she hates her composition class. “I helped you with your outline. It is your job to put that down, in complete sentences, on paper.” “Can’t I take a break now?” “NO!” This too shall pass. I just keep reminding myself how lucky I am to be able to home-school her and that I need to be thankful for these frustrating moments. I could be missing out on it all. 18 months ago
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than the mother of a thirty year old. I can’t ground him. I can’t tell him what he can do and who he can hang with. I can’t tell him you have to do this or that… All I can do is give my best advice and hold my tongue when he doesn’t follow it. Thankfully, I CAN tell him, Don’t talk to me in that tone of voice or I don’t have to talk to you. Get a grip before it gets a grip on you and for goodness sake, be thankful for what you have. Your dreams? They will always be just that if you do not make them a reality. Last but not least, being happy with what you have is as important as dreaming those big dreams. 2 years ago
“Never pray for patience, you’ll only get opportunities to practice it.” comes to mind, lol. I have had lots of them in the last three weeks of home-schooling sweet Sarahbear. I must admit that it was a challenge at first but am happy to report that I am getting better. Even if I have to ask her to stop talking, shut my mouth and just breathe for a minute it seems to be getting better. Our communication is improving daily and I am optimistic for the future. 2 years ago