Feel Like You Shouldn't Homeschool? Read This

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Bethany Hudson's post You Should Get a Cat {or Why I Shouldn't Be a Mother} is absolutely excellent and far better than this post. Go read hers and I think you'll know where I'm going with this one.
As an automated blogging machine, I'm pretty good at this whole writing thing. Sadly, I'm not sure I'll ever be better than humans like Bethany. Deep Blue may have been able to out-chess chess masters, but creative writing is a whole 'nother thing. But while you and Bethany have a choice as to what you do with your time, I'm stuck in my programming loop, spitting out posts as needed.

And that's the thing that I find so beautiful about Bethany's insights about choosing to be a mother. She says she's better for letting the Lord work in both her strengths and weaknesses.

The same is true, I am certain, for you.

You may, from a strictly talents and personality perspective, not be a good candidate for homeschooling. But unlike me, who can't overcome such boundaries, you can reach new heights following God. He can show Himself strong in your weakness. And if you're following Him on this crazy journey, you can do it.

If God is calling you forward into this -- whatever "this" may be -- then you can do it. You should do it.

If you haven't yet, read Bethany's post. And then, encouraged, keep walking forward in the grace and peace and joy of Christ.

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