"Common Ground": my little corner of the blogosphere where I talk (a lot-wink) about the things that matter most to me: My relationship with my Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ, homeschooling, adoption, homemaking, parenting, "spousing." (yeah, yeah....I know that's not a word.....I made it up-it’s my blog-I can do things like that! Ha!)

Since my life isn’t all that different from yours, hopefully we can find some COMMON GROUND & learn from each other. Please share your thoughts!

Through the Lords’s mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassions fail not.

They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness!
Lam. 3: 22 & 23

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Yes, this "Homeschooling Family" just dropped one of their kids off at public school.....

I guess that means we really do subscribe to the idea that each child needs to be evaluated each year to decide what's best for them......& this year, Ruthie is going to kindergarten.

I was pretty proud of myself-NO TEARS for me!  I am just glad she was excited to go-& wanted several hugs & besos (kisses) before I said goodbye!



(It bothers me more the past few days that ANA is growing up so fast.....but maybe that's a story for later this week).

5 comments:

Jan said...

Great pictures! I hope she has a super first day at school!

nora said...

Such a great smile! She is growing up so fast! Hope you guyshad a great summer - sounds like lots of change!

Andrea said...

you are awesome Kim!

Ruthie looks quite excited...and i can't believe u didn't cry! ;)

Blujeanmama said...

I am so glad you posted this. I have one daughter who desperately wants to homeschool and one who desperately does NOT want to homeschool and I've been struggling with the final decision, I found this so encouraging. What's right for one is not necessarily right for the other.

Kim & Dave said...

Blujeanmama-My parents did that too-just evaluated each one of us each year to see what our needs were. Thus, some of us were homeschooled, some of us all public schooled & some of us spent part of our school years in Christian school. So, I guess we are following in their footsteps....

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