Saturday, June 11, 2011

Best wishes to my now 18 year old daughter and high school graduate

Wow! I can’t believe how time flies. It seems like yesterday when my daughter and I started a homeschool journey, now after 12 years it has come to end, a sad end for me I am sure not her. Yep, my now today's18 year old is also a high school graduate.

Jessica has always been one that is very careful. She has never liked riding roller-coaster or sliding down the slide, but she does love to read, paint and play video games. Yep, we still have our favorite games that we still play today. I have seen cry her eyes out when she would see an abused animal on the internet and I have seen her try to somehow help in making it better. She has brought into the home things like eating lower fat foods, recycling and not buying any animal tested products. Believe me don’t throw a plastic bottle in the trash here without being yelled at LOL.  She may not ride a roller coaster, but she will fight for the rights for those who can’t.

 I have been one of the lucky moms that have been able to watch her daughter grow up to be the woman she is today. I have gotten to see her face light up when something clicked in her head that she couldn’t grasp and I have been able to watch her get mad when she could never get something right. I have seen her whip out math that I couldn’t grasp. Yes, I have been very fortunate to have a daughter such as mine that has helped me along with helping herself into life.

Jessica, these memories will always be planted in my mind and I will always cherish our time together. I wish you the very best in whatever life throws at you.


9 comments:

  1. Congratulations! As a home schooling parent myself, I know exactly the joy that you've experienced. Best of luck to her!

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  2. Congrats to you and your daughter may you have more special memories together. One question I had thought about home schooling my son at one point but wasn't sure if it was the right thing for him. What may I ask you decide to do it? If its to personal you can email me?

    vampiremistress2010(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. Aww. Great post and Congratulations to both of you! Your daughter sounds like a wonderful young lady.

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  4. Congrats to the grad and kudos to the mom who made it through!!!! :)

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  5. Congrat Jessica! The world is your oyster - make the most of it. Mom, have the courage to let her spread her wings and fly.

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  6. Laurie congratulations on taking the life journey with what sounds like a very special young lady. Jessica treasure your Mom she is your biggest fan!

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  7. Laurie congratulions, it sounds like you have a wonderful daughter who is on the right track in life!

    Jessica I hope that your future is full of adventures that you choose, love that makes your heart burst, and learning that never ends!

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  8. Congratulations Laurie and Jessica!

    Memories that you both have shared together will always bring a smile on your face during the good times and give you strength and and guidance during the bad.

    May you both enjoy and celebrate this wonderful time together and the many more that will come in your life's adventure.

    So happy for the two of you and wishi9ng you both the very best! :)

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  9. Thanks for your comments ladies. I am running late today. We had a really busy weekend.

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