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First Day of School 2017-2018

This summer was awesome!  I did so much with my kids and enjoyed every second of it with them.   I feel a bit guilty that my hubby was working so hard while we played.  

This year Titus is a first grader!  I am excited to see him become a confident reader who falls in love with it!  I am so excited he has a teacher I know and love!  

 These two make my heart so happy.   I am so in love with them!  Jesus, thank you for these two blessings.   They truly add so much joy to my life and my prayer is you would use them mightily this year at their school, in their church, and in their community.   

 My beautiful Selah is in 4th grade this year.   She is stunning and fun!   I am so excited she is old enough to entrust in many areas. 

 This year my hope for her is to continue to be an example and to become more organized in everything she does.   

Lockers at school!   Selah has to practice using a pad lock so she can get in her locker. 

As for me... I am still teaching as a K-5 Behavior teacher in a very low-income school.   Some days are more challenging than others but God sure makes it worth it.  This year I pray he would guide me in every decision I do.  That he would be at the forefront when ever I am interacting with a student.  Jesus, guide each step, each word, each thought.  AMEN  


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