Day Eight: I’m thankful to be able to homeschool.
I love, love, LOVE being with my children and living in a way that learning is not conformed to the four walls of a classroon. The lines where school ends and life begins are sometimes so blurred that we’re not completely sure which is which and I never want to change that!
Day Nine: I’m thankful for my niece and nephews!
Being an aunt is just fun. I am also thankful that my children are able to create sweet memories with their little cousins. Birthday parties, occasional mail, holiday get-togethers, etc.
Day Ten: I’m thankful for the blessing of friendship.
I am so blessed to have a few good homeschool friends who are right there with me in this journey, to have a friend who is older and wiser than me, to have friends who are where I’ve been (I love to get to be the smart one sometimes!), and to have friends who are just able to offer a different perspective on life and enjoy being together in spite of not being exactly the same.
Day Eleven: I’m thankful for the freedom to worship.
While some freedoms for Christians are being taken away, I’m thankful that I can still choose where and how to worship.
I am also thankful for the veterans who have fought for those rights as well as for other rights that we have.
Day Twelve (a day early!): I’m thankful for the changing of seasons and weather.
I enjoy cozy rainy days that allow the plants to grow, beautiful sunshiny days that provide outdoor opportunities, hot summer days perfect for swimming, and cold snowy days that are wonderful for making snowmen and drinking hot chocolate.
I enjoy living in a climate where we get to experience all of that every year!
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