**In case you haven't noticed, tonight I disabled comment moderation. This is an experiment to see if I once again get nasty comments or if a few people got it all out of their systems elsewhere. If all goes well I won't have to moderate anymore.**
'Tis the graduation season once again. None of my children are graduating this year, but we know several kids who are. I want to extend a huge congratulations to all of them here whether we actually make it to all of the open houses or not. I know that last year when Josh graduated I was exhausted yet so very proud of his accomplishments. I'll feel the same with the other four kids when it is their turn (Jonathon graduates next year, by the way).
Wow, to be 18 and facing your whole life ahead of you. I'm one of those rare people who'd love a second chance at life. I'd try to do it better.
Jonathon is getting glasses. He picked out frames today and though I wasn't there, I'm told they're really "sweet." He can't wait (truth...he really wants to see things clearly.)
Before I get off this post I was wondering a couple of things:
Has anyone read "The Shack" and would you tell us all what you think about it? I have not read the book and probably won't, but others either think it's a horrible book or it's the best thing they've ever read.
Also, what do you think about the Subway restaurant chain discriminating against homeschoolers? Will you boycott them? Personally, I'm so disappointed with Subway. I have had disagreements with them before concerning other topics and this is just one more to add to the list of offenses. There are plenty of other good restaurants around, many of them less costly, so I doubt we'll continue to patronize them.