Seasons of (Homeschool) Life

searchI feel sorry for Cincinnati weathermen. They have to have one of the most challenging jobs in an area that the weather quickly changes. The forecast called for a rain/snow mix this past week with no accumulation. We ended up getting one inch of snow and slippery roads when I was trying to get back home from teaching. As I sit here now looking out my kitchen window, just two hours later,  the snow is melting and there are large green patches of grass where the sun is shining down. In a couple of hours you wouldn’t even know there had been a winter weather advisory issued!

That reminds me of our everyday homeschool life and how quickly moods change. One minute things look bleak and the next minute all is sunny and you’d never know there had been bad weather. So, if you are discouraged today, take heart. Tomorrow is a new day and things will get better. I am thankful that His mercies are new every morning.

We are one day closer to spring, one day closer to summer.  Be encouraged; you are almost finished with school. Don’t give up. You and your students can do it! 🙂

Galatians 6: 9 “We must not get tired of doing good things. If we do not stop doing them, we will get something back when the right time comes.”


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