With less than a week to go of my baby girl’s senior year of high school, I stumbled upon this four-minute-read on Medium about small towns and it is especially poignant to me. I share because grads, parents, and others need to read this as well.
So many teens desire to leave their itty bitty towns and never look back when there is a wealth of knowledge and foundation in these tiny towns. People who have been there done that and come back, who want to see and help young people succeed, are usually more than happy to mentor local kids of their former classmates.
40-something mama, wife, blogger – who shares her crafty and ordinary life with her family, their three tiny dogs, a fat tortoiseshell cat, – and LuLaRoe Independent Retailer with a sewing studio boutique that is a work in progress.
A native Texan, who spent one year in Georgia and over a decade as a single mom, is now happily married and sharing her opinions on products and life in photos and words strung together.