Phonics was my first homeschool experience. I remember sitting in the backseat of our family vehicle going on a road trip listening to a song about Ally Alligator and learning all the sounds of the phonetic alphabet. I have been in a learning environment from the time I was born. My mother taught in a way that was fun and gave me a love of reading as soon as I could breathe. As such, it is hard to remember what was “school” and what was just “life.” In truth, the only element distinguishing between life and homeschool is that one requires a transcript.
Yup just like the other kids in this world i go to school. I have a dream i wanna be a pharmacist , i wanna live in a nice house , i wanna have nice cars and a lot more and the only ways that's possible is if i got to school and get all the knowledge i need for the future. Next is free time now i know i'm not the only one that enjoys free time whether it's in class or at home. It's like you're in your own little world tryna have as much as fun as you can. I love going to the park with my brother and just chilling in the cool breeze playing soccer it's really relaxing and stress easing from all this school work.
Finally after five minutes of walking we finally found one. A big flat heavy rock big enough to cook a pizza on. Ben took the first turn hauling the rock back to the campsite. Next turn was me, it was very heavy after a while of me carrying it, I ask “who wants to carry it now?” and nobody was taking it, then Ben said that he would help me carry it the rest of the way back to camp. When we got to camp we set it on top of our fire to let it warm up.
The trips always started the same. We would get up early on a Friday morning and spend what felt like hours loading the van and trailer with microwaves, bikes, and everything else on my moms mile long packing list. When we finally got there, we would have to help unpack and set up the tent, but then we were free. I remember spending time riding bikes, playing baseball and croquet, swimming, and exploring in the woods with the other kids during the day. Then the night would come, and we would play witch or capture the flag, with continuous breaks to roast marshmallows of course.
On top of that, I have really high expectations from my mom and dad based on my level of knowledge. I mean, it 's not my fault! I just really love learning and reading books, everything is so interesting! Anyways, yesterday we finally unpacked the last box, which means we officially moved in! That also means I get to go to my new school tomorrow... Immaculate Heart High School a school with a 4.6 rating and one of the best reputation ever.
I finally had my own room, we had a backyard, and it was overall more spacious.I was ecstatic when I found out we didn't have to use uniform in the new school I was going to attend. Throughout the years I made new friends and settled into my new life. Fast forward to freshman year of high school everything was good but my parent decided to file for a divorce a process that took too long to get finalized. I knew when parents get divorced you either stay with one or the other. That wasn’t a difficult decision for me I knew I would stay with my mom since I have a better relationship with
This past weekend, my family and I drove up to Harbor Springs, Michigan for a ski trip at Boyne Highlands. Some of the families that went with us were the Browns, Morrs, Hesses, Eckhardts, Riggs, Seamans, and many others. We headed up to Boyne Highlands on March 1st, which was last Thursday. We left right after the school dance was over. The car ride to Boyne was close to six hours long.
So the school day was over and everybody was so contented. We were all happy we could go out with are friends and have a great summer break with each other. Jessica and I was in the seventh grade. We got onto bus number eight and headed to my house. We were the last ones to get off of the bus.
I finished my 4 year college and then moved on to the world ahead of me. I arrived home with the biggest smile on my face. I was happy to be home after so long away from the place I grew up in. I felt worried because my collage bill was $42,000. Although my parents still supported me and the things I did.
After that, we had decided to have Teddy. Teddy Thomson, my one and only son was born on July 27, 2020. There was no day that I would not thank God for giving me everything, I had everything I needed in life. Life was going on great, driving across the states had given me plenty of money and most of the time, I had to stay