52 Weeks of Gratitude

Week 25: Education


Wow friends, we’re almost half way through this challenge! Where has the year gone?!

Anyway, I am very grateful for the education I have received. From kindergarten to college, and even the training’s I have to do through work.I love to learn, and even though some of the thing’s I learned in college, I am not using today, I do not consider it a waste. Education is never wasteful. Even if you learn something that you do not use on a regular basis, expanding your mind, becoming more knowledgeable is always a good idea!

Love & Life Lessons,


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7 Responses to 52 Weeks of Gratitude

  1. Laura Beth says:

    I really like this 52 Weeks of Gratitude! Where did you find it / learn about it?

    I have to agree – Education is extremely important. My mom teaches ESL, and taught first and second grade before I was born. I’ve been surrounded by teachers my whole life – There are many church friends who are / have been teachers. I was raised to appreciate my teachers. Some of them, I’m happy to call my friends now. I also appreciate and respect the men and women who are my age who chose education as their career. I went to Longwood University, a school that is known for its education / teaching program, and a lot of people assumed that was my major. Nope! I don’t have the gift of patience. I think I would do fine with the students, but I would lose it with the parents!

    I could go on and on and on. The only thing I wish was different is that I had been exposed to foreign languages earlier in life. It’s amazing to see young children speak fluently!

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  2. Laura Beth says:

    Thank you for the link! Pinterest consumed me most of last year, when I was planning my wedding! German is a language that fascinates me. One of my bridesmaids is fluent!

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  3. timkeen40 says:

    Knowledge is the key to life. Period.


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  4. What a lovely challenge! The education we’re privileged enough to receive is definitely something to be so grateful for – something many of us tend to forget.

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