I was visiting with a treasured friend the other day. Some years ago, we both educated our children at home and were members of the same local homeschool group. We still go to church together. But there the similarities end. As she has done many times in the past, she made the comment, “You were [read more] …
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The older I get, the more aware I am of the fact that life is absolutely unpredictable. There is no scary rollercoaster on the planet that comes close to the twists and turns that make up the average lifetime. Few people at fifty are living the life they envisioned at twenty. While we try to [read more] …
College applications are underway and many students across the country are trying for that last ACT or SAT score increase, hoping it will gain them a berth to a highly selective college. The pressure builds as families stake their hopes on trying to get past the malicious admissions officers who would keep their child out [read more] …