That interaction in the waiting room last
week was priceless! Susie learned a great
lesson on sharing, too. Is it working to take
some of your schoolwork with you to appointments?
That’s great! See? Your kids are becoming more independent and flexible learners. Those are great traits that will serve
them well in the future!
Sure, there are going to be good days and
bad days. Some days you’ll get lots of schoolwork done. And some days you’ll be happy
you got everyone fed, bathed, and had time to
read a story together. Remember, it’s a marathon, not a sprint. They will learn everything
they need to, and much more, through your
perseverance, faith, and love.
Well, dear, it’s getting really late, and
we both have to function tomorrow. Just
remember, there are people who love you
and want to help. We don’t always know
what you need. It’s okay to ask for help,
too, you know!
Yes, you’re stubborn like me. But we all
want to help, so tell us what we can do. And
remember, it won’t always be this hard. You
encouraged us through many hard days, and
it’s a blessing to return the favor.
Remember that through the darkest,
hardest, scariest moments of your life,
your Heavenly Father is walking right
beside you, ready to comfort, guide, love,
protect, and help. He loves Johnny even
more than you do, and He will always give
you wisdom and direction when you ask.
And remember we love you, too, and are
praying for you.
May the grace and peace of our Lord
Jesus Christ guard your hearts and your
minds as you walk through this difficult
time. Good night, dear friend.
Dr. Anne Margaret Wright is a licensed
psychologist in North Carolina, who was
happily promoted to homeschool mom!
She and her charming husband of 25 years
have five precious blessings from God, two
who joined their family through birth,
and three who joined their family through
adoption and have Down syndrome. They
have homeschooled from the beginning,
through hospital stays, surgeries, a flooded
house, and also through the good times.
You can read her blog at cedarsoflebanon7
Remember that through the darkest, hardest, scariest
moments of your life, your Heavenly Father is
walking right beside you, ready to comfort, guide,
love, protect, and help.
“What’s wrong, Sissie?”