Encouragement: School!!

Hey all!

Well, some of you may be going to back to school right about now; some of you may soon, and some of you may already have. I started yesterday (August 5th) and am pretty excited for this school year and all that it holds!

A random shot of some of my school supplies…Totally NOT picture perfect or anything, but this is what my average school day looks like, so why not show what it ACTUALLY looks like? XD

I just wanted to write a quick post of encouragement to all of you, my dear readers.

With school comes transitions: new grades, and new schools if you’re public schooled.

Photo by Gerd Altmann on Pexels.com

Anyways, I just wanted to encourage you all to make this school year the best you can. Work hard in your school and study! Don’t procrastinate and get your work done. It may not seem like much now, but you will definitely be grateful for it later on!!

Be a light to those around you this year. Let them see Jesus in you and be a witness to them. Now is the time for you to step up and be a leader. Now is the time for you to love those around you more than you ever have before.

Here’s to the best school year ever!


-Keziah ❤

7 thoughts on “Encouragement: School!!”

  1. I’m a teacher in public school (speaking here as myself in 2019, not in character as Greg). I think I’ve told you that, but I don’t remember. And believe me, the start of the school year is usually just as hard for teachers as it is for students. For me, I had a really hard year last year, partially because of things going on outside of school (some of which are still going on), and partially because of an unusually apathetic bunch of kids. So far, this year is starting off well, but it usually does start off well. I have a lot of kids who don’t get basic concepts like writing their names on their papers, but that’s pretty normal for the first couple weeks, sadly. If you or anyone reading this could remember to keep me in your prayers, that would be great. I feel like sometimes I get unnecessarily frustrated, short-tempered, and generally negative with students, especially when I’m feeling overwhelmed for whatever reason. And that isn’t a good witness, not to mention it doesn’t come across as loving even when I have their best long-term interests in mind.

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