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The Road to Good Intentions Should Lead to the Path of Action

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Where has the week gone?? It’s early, very early in the morning. I’m an early riser, but not by choice. I can thank my narcoleptic Prince Charming for that. Five a.m. medication dosing is not what I signed up for, but the smells that come out of that room at times weren’t on that list either. That’s another blog.

When I clicked on the link to this blog, I was shocked. Completely shocked. Where were all those post I planned? All those wonderful things I’ve been saving up to share? I’ve got stories, successes, and innovative ideas. I guess I left them on the Road of Good Intentions when I made that wrong turn in Albuquerque.

And I wonder where my kids get it?

Sure I could make all kinds of excuses. This has been a very strange and odd week. Homeschool went out the door around nine a.m. Monday morning with a text from Prince Charming. Long story short, I spent the rest of the day in the E/R guaranteeing he didn’t have a concussion. Thankfully, he didn’t. Tuesday was extra busy because of the missed Monday, and mid-day appointments already scheduled for Wednesday.

None of these roadblocks are valid reasons for inaction, or my trip down The Road of Good Intentions.

Anyway, this is the time for me to stop living on that Road and start my Journey on the Path of Action. I call this a path because not a lot of people travel this route, but those who do, don’t generally have time to stop and visit for very long. They are each on their way to Somewhere to do Something that will make a difference to Somebody.

Isn’t that the most important job to a homeschool parent? Making a difference to our little Somebodies so they can go Somewhere and do Something great?

As for Buttercup and Prince Charming, I can’t wait to see what that is.

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About rcwriter

Being a freelance writer, book reviewer, dedicated mom, and popular teacher at her homeschool support group—Renewed Moms Ministry keeps Rhonda Clark extremely busy. She writes most all of her own curriculum for her classes that have varied from elementary science, to middle school history and literature, to high school computer. Her middle school history class, A Renaissance World, will be featured at SchoolhouseTeacher.com fall of 2014. When not shuttling her daughter to soccer, archery, bowling, or any other number of endless activities, she devotes time to writing homeschool curriculum and her first novel. Scrapbooking, paper crafting, and reading are downtime activities, but the one thing she enjoys most is spending time with her husband of 20 years. They have two children, a college age son, and a high school age daughter. God blessed Rhonda with a quirky and funky sense of humor. This combines with down home charm, and allows her to connect to readers as a friend. With an ability to put a fresh twist on basic thoughts and Biblical teachings she brings a new perspective to her audience.

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