With a heavy heart I am writing you an email to say goodbye. My last home schooled child is graduating in two weeks. I have learned so much from you and your millions of resources. O.K., maybe not millions, but your newsletter, website, and books. Then the added bonus of meeting you when our family had just moved to the Seattle area. You were a lifesaver then and your advice and amazing tutelage for transcripts was far beyond any type of thank you I could give in return.
I have and will continue to tell friends and family, who are interested in home schooling about your site. You are kind and full of grace to offer this invaluable service. You made applying to colleges and sending transcripts a breeze. You prepared me for what our family was in store for with college admissions from the time my son was a freshman in high school. It was a bit tedious to write a page about each class, but boy it was worth it not to wait until the kids were seniors to tackle the transcript mess.
What a relief when the application process began. All I had to do as a counselor was reach into the home school transcript drawer and fax the information over to the various colleges. Let me add the colleges were VERY impressed.
When someone has such a large impact on your family, you need to let them know. I met you when were at the home school college fair. I cannot remember the date or location. Yet you saved me from making a huge mistake and I really appreciate you redirecting my thinking. My prayers go to you and your business. You are invaluable!
Thank you again! Keep up the good work!
Forever in your debt,
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