On Monday, I submitted my final paper for senior year. So, I am officially done with high school….and I hate it. For me, homeschooling hasn’t only been the grade I’ve been in or the school I’ve done, it’s been a way of life. It’s been my identity. I’m not a homeschooler anymore – I’m a former homeschooler.
It seems that everything is falling into place for my transition into college life. I have a banquet to accept my scholarship at the end of this month, and then at the end of May, I have freshman orientation and class scheduling. It’s all coming together, but sometimes it feels like it’s all crashing down.
I’ve never been one to like change anyway, so this has been hard. I know once everything starts up, classes begin, and I get into the swing of things, it will become routine. Until then, I’m not only dreading the change, but I’m also incredibly nervous.
But I know God has an incredibly beautiful plan for my life. I have to continue to do my part and follow His will, and He is going to take care of me. He knows me, loves me, and most importantly, wants only the best for me.
What a great Father.