Homeschooling high school is the same. You may be homeschooling high school - for the FIRST time. But each year it will get easier. By the time you've finished your first four years of high school it will feel like old hat. You'll remember how fun freshman year was. You'll remember the freedom. You may even remember how sweet and compliant your children were! Ha! You probably won't remember too many of the struggles. Four years from now is a long time away, and those memories do fade, you know.
It will be nice to meet you in Cincinnati! We didn't have that slogan... It's been too long for me to remember. Probably so old my memory is going, LOL!
Me too! I turned 49 on February 20th! Was your high school slogan "'79 is fine!" too? I still have six and a quarter years left in my homeschool career before I retire. I will have homeschooled a total of twenty-five years when all is said and done and my six children are all graduated. At this point I have two done and four to go. I'm looking forward to seeing you at the Midwest Homeschool Conference in April!
Happy Birthday, Lee! I will be turning 39 for the first time this year...I am sure it will get easier for me the next time, too...and the next, and the next....!
Happy birthday Lee (for the first time). We will be the same age for exactly 10 days. After half a century of living I should be able to handle high school. That was a great analogy.
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