Shining Star

I write this as my 15 yo daughter works on her painting for art class. It is nearly midnight. dscn2994.jpgShe leaves for dance nearly everyday after school and returns home around 10 pm. After a quick dinner, she begins what can be 2 hours of homework. The deal is that I “keep her company.” Her commitment to her craft (dance) is admirable. She has no patience for classmates who complain about being able to get work done when once or twice a week they have an evening sporting event. Somehow she manages to be in the top 3% of her class. For a year and a half she had her own dog biscuit business. It was doing quite well, but she could not juggle school and dance and a business at the same time so one had to go. I really do admire her and not many parents can say that about their kids!

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One Response to “Shining Star”

  1. kwillsonyshs Says:

    Glad to see you in the blogging world. I learned some new things today…I did know you collected the signs, but did not know about the sand. I will have to keep that in mind as my family and friends travel.

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