Harley is starting high school in September..possibly August.
I have been planning for this. His 4-year school plan is ready. His books are ready. Jason and I have gone back and forth on what type of car he should have when he begins to drive. Volunteer work has been discussed as well as major projects. AP courses, college prep, etc. What I did not prepare for was this reality...
We have four years.
In four years it will be a new journey.. colleges, transcripts, tests. He will be transitioning into adulthood before we can blink. As I've poured through classical literature, math, science, SATs, not once did I stop to reflect on the past five years of homeschooling. They've gone so fast! Too fast! possibly August fast...
My thoughts were racing as my husband and I said goodnight.
Have we done enough?
Have we taught him well?
Will he always choose faith?
Will he be kind?
What kind of adult will he be?
If Jason had still been awake and this conversation had been out loud he would have told me not to worry and probably said, we have four more years.
Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.-1 Corinthians 13:7