God's given us so much to be thankful for

God's given us so much to be thankful for
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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Every day is God's day

I am starting to seriously feel led to homeschool. After reading the posts online, from teachers, and having a tough year with my kids school, I think it is what is best. But I am also worried about us financially. To be committing to this, and me really not having an option to go to work. I suppose I could work on the weekends...I would be spending all week with the kids.
But this is my plan. I am dedicating the next month to:

1) Organize and come up with a lesson plan.

2) I am going to work at creating schedules to organize the kids time, a to do list and a goal list for each of the kids.

3) I am also going to dedicate this month to getting my at home business going. (I make birthday party invitations, cupcake toppers and party favors, plus I have started making room decor items) and selling those.

4) And then this summer, we are going to try it out. Try homeschooling, try following a routine, and see how it goes.

I also feel strongly that because I have been lax in doing my devotions, I am not able to hear exactly what God has planned for me and make sure I am on the right path with homeschooling. So, I am going to get my devotional life back on track. Do you guys ever fall short in that area? When do you find is the best time to do your devotions?


  1. I get up ridiculously early to do devotions. But I've also been known to do them during nap times when my older kids were younger. With homeschooling though, I feel I need to do them first and make sure I get that quiet time!

  2. So true. I was thinking maybe mornings would be best. It's kind of like exersizing, I find it's better to do it right off or else I get side tracked! Thank you for the post!