Join us in 30 Days of Thanks! We will be posting all month at NextGen Homeschool about some of the things we are personally thankful for, and when we do, the post will include a link-up at the bottom so you can share posts of your own on the topic of thankfulness. If you don’t blog, no worries: We will also post a 30 Days of Thanks prompt on our Facebook page every day this month so that you can add your comments there. All of our posts will include a #30daysofthanks hashtag so you can find them easily.
30 Days of Thanks: November 13
Have you ever had days when you weren’t sure your kids would love you or hate you for homeschooling them? This open letter to MY mom is for YOU, too! As part of our 30 Days of Thanks, I’m sharing my thank you letter to my mom for homeschooling me at So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler.
This Thank You letter is a reflection on why I’ll always be grateful for the unique experience she gave me through homeschooling and the Godly heart that motivated her to do it. I hope that it will encourage you in your personal homeschooling journey: Your children will thank you later!
Click here to read my letter at So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler.
Will you join us in 30 Days of Thanks this month? What are you thankful for today? What are you most thankful for in your homeschooling journey this week? Share with us in the comments below: We love to hear from you! Don’t forget to LINK UP your Thankful posts below!
7 Replies to “30 Days of Thanks: A Letter to My Mom”
Good morning! A note to let you know that your post is among this week’s featured. It’ll be shared on FB, Twitter, and has been pinned to Pinterest. Thanks for linking up at A Mama’s Story, and help yourself to a featured button. 🙂
Thank you Sara Elizabeth! I hope it’s an encouragement to many of your readers this week! 🙂
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