LSG417's Journal, 19 April 2018

Well, sometimes God answers your prayers in an unexpected way. We met with the principal of the alternative school that my oldest son will be attending. Most folks associate the school as being for "bad kids". The truth is tho, while they do have some with behavioral issues, it's more a school to help with credit recovery, so kids can graduate. I am actually excited for my son to go there, after seeing what is offered and seeing how things are structured to benefit the needs of each student. Small communities may not have the best of everything, but from the standpoint of education and teachers that truly care, I think we have the advantage. If my son remains at this school for the rest of his HS career, he can earn both HS & college credits in an automotive class and even potentially graduate HS as a certified auto mechanic. This school may be the answer we've been searching for all along, in helping my son succeed. I want to thank each of you for your thoughts and prayers.

Diet Calendar Entries for 19 April 2018:
1366 kcal Fat: 87.92g | Prot: 68.02g | Carb: 85.85g.   Breakfast: Coffee (Brewed From Grounds), Sugar Free Caramel Syrup, Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup, Pure Almond Milk - Unsweetened Original, Kroger Large Brown Egg, Bacon. Lunch: Steak, Cucumber (Peeled), Hass Avocado. Dinner: Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage (Pork, Turkey, Beef), Cooked Green Cabbage (Fat Not Added in Cooking), Cooked Summer Squash (Fat Not Added in Cooking), Great Value Unsalted Sweet Cream Butter Sticks. Snacks/Other: PowerBar Energy Bites - Chocolate, Ghirardelli Dark & Sea Salt Caramel Squares, Young Living Ningxia Red, Young Living ICP, Hershey's Kit Kat Dark King Size. more...
2427 kcal Activities & Exercise: Desk Work - 30 minutes, Housework - 2 hours and 30 minutes, Showering - 15 minutes, Working - 6 hours, Driving - 2 hours, Shopping - 20 minutes, Cooking - 30 minutes, Resting - 3 hours and 55 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours. more...
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I hope that it daughter-in-law my oldest sons wife teaches kids with special needs and its very rewarding to her to see them progress and feel better again...your always in my will work itself out I can feel this..much love and hugs to you and your family my dear friend xoxoxo;) 
19 Apr 18 by member: maxie4
Great to hear. If it’s something he enjoys doing I’m sure he’ll excel in it. Wishing him the best of luck at the new school 
19 Apr 18 by member: BrendaElaine
This is wonderful! I wish we’d had something similar. Instead my son dropped out when he got concussion syndrome and ended up with his GED 3 years later. Scored so high they made sure he didn’t cheat, LOL but it didn’t help him get any scholarships or continuing schooling. So now he’s sitting on his butt totally frustrated, not knowing what to do. 🤷🏻‍♀️And won’t let me help. 💁🏻‍♀️ 
19 Apr 18 by member: smprowett
Sounds like a good plan. Much success to him I pray.  
19 Apr 18 by member: marshakanady


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