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Child Succeeds, Blames Mother



Once upon a time, there was a homeschool mom named Jill, and her son was named Andrew.  The day came when Andrew grew up and went to college.  Suddenly, he was thankful for everything his mother had taught him.Don't believe me?  Read Andrew's words for yourself! (I have Jill's blissfully happy permission to share!)




Moral to the story: it's hard work right now, but your children will grow up and when they do, you'll be so thankful you homeschooled them!



 





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