Scrolling through old posting I'm amazed how far my kids have come, how far I have come as a parent, and can't wait for what the future holds for us.
I'm hopeful, I will be able to bring my son back home and my daughter will never have to go to public (high) school.
My goals for the remaining of this school year for my daughter is to be more consistent in lesson plans. She does school work regularly, but I haven't always have it written out for her -- and well it let to a very embarrassing moment over the holidays. A relative asked her about school and she said it's okay when things are actually planned and mom has lesson plans, but most of the time there are none. -- UGH. I piped in and said you are doing school work -- which she said yes, but not as much as I 'should'. Oh, this girl -- I just wanted to put my head in the sand and hide. It's funny -- how words from a child can do this -- but I know what my child is doing and I know she's doing just fine, etc. So my goal for the remaining of the school year is to be more consistent in the lesson plans have them actually written out more regularly.
Another goals is more personal -- its like the first has been one that has always been on the chopping block and one I have already struggled with, but I think I'm in a better place. Or at least I feel like I'm in a better place so I might see some results -- this goal is on the personal health level. I won't go in details, but I'm hoping that I can get weight and eating habits under control. -- something I have wanted for a long while, but not something I think looking back on it I wasn't really there emotionally, but I think I am there now. Time will tell.
Come on 2016 -- I got this! Do you? What are you goals? What are you plans? Hopes? Dreams?
In addition to my goals and dreams I'm reading for the very first time Rediscover Jesus and rereading A Mother's Rule. I think theses things will be helpful in meeting my goals.
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