Grandchildren and Grades


Torn between wanting to cuddle grandchildren and having to get her teaching work done, The new teacher sought equilibrium! Kelsey turned four during teacher orientation week. Olaf, rather than the sisters, stole her heart.

  
Party by day and write lesson plans by night! Praying for regular infusions of godly direction and physical strength kept grandma awake at all hours of the night. Dave worked hard to keep her from running away, and the Psalms calmed with familiar passages.

  
“May the Lord give strength to his people! May the Lord bless his people with peace.” Psalm 29:11

And she should mention that He used these smiling children to inject life and humor into this grandma.

  
After dropping the two passengers off, grandma kept the scooter keys to get her upstairs, via the elevator, to her classroom. Did she mention the scooter? Next time.

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One thought on “Grandchildren and Grades

  1. You amaze me that you are taking on another school year. Love and prayers.

    Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Alpha™, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

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