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I never thought we would one day be homeschooling through cancer.
We never understand God’s plans for us until we see His plans unfolding. We love to make our own plans.
When we planned to have kids we kind of thought we had their whole life figured out.
We just wonder how they are going to look like, we also move to the right place to they can attend the right school, have the right friends, we planned out their activities, and all of that is great but the truth is that God has bigger and greater plans you.
When you let go and give in into His plan you may think sometimes that lives just turn upside down, but what you are living at that moment is just the behind the scenes of something greater being prepared for you and your family on the ‘STAGE’, and that’s what kind of happened to me and my family.
God’s Plans Are Above Our Plans
God’s Plans Are Timely
God’s Plans Are Better Than Mine
Nothing was easy for us, but at the same time, moving to Houston and start homeschooling were in God’s perfect plan and perfect timing for our family.
Homeschooling has given me so much.
Homeschooling has taught me a lot .
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding;
In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths. – Proverbs 3:5-6
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Laura is a homeschooling mom of 2, Tiago (8) and Giovana (1), wife of André, her husband of 10 years who just survived a stage 4 NK T-Cell lymphoma. She went through a c-section recovery, sleepless nights with a newborn, her husband’s cancer treatment along with several surgeries and a bone marrow transplant, all in her first year of homeschooling and still thinks homeschooling was the best choice she made for her family. She loves God, life, and her family more than anything. She was born in Colombia, grew up in Miami and now lives in Houston, TX.