Have you ever found yourself in the middle of escalated chaos not knowing how you got there, or how to stop the “drama” from happening again?
“If someone else doesn’t want to take your picture, you probably shouldn’t take it either.”
I gave the boys one last warning, then left them at the water’s edge alone.
This move was both a dream come true and a nightmare.
I completely disagreed with this treatment, but because I respected my dad greatly, I didn’t say a word about his “cruel” comments. After all, I didn’t have any children, so what did I know?
I love to play a game on the first days of school called “Silent Monkey.”
Sarcasm aside, as parents, one should always ask, “What does this action or attitude look like when my child is 16 or 36?” Because after all, there is no magic day when your child will “wake up” and be a grown up.
One way to improve student achievement- on my end anyway- is to improve me, so for these last days of prayer for the next school year, I am praying through Romans 12. (I am going to work on memorizing the chapter this week as I pray.) Day 21- God help me be willing to sacrifice for…
One of the hardest students to teach is the lazy one– you know, the one that won’t even pick up his or her pencil. Over the next few days, I am going to pray for the student that has a propensity toward doing nothing. Day 17– Father, help each student to not be a sluggard:…
Jay was a student in my first hour English class the first year I taught at Webb City Junior High School. He was a child who couldn’t sit still and talked CONSTANTLY, but if you know me at all, you know I actually enjoy the child with a lot to say. However, what I didn’t…