So…I got to hear the heart beat yesterday! It was seriously surreal! We also told the boyfriends mom and are waiting for the perfect time to tell his dad. Things are starting to become a little bit better. Baby is healthy and fine, beating it’s little heart 151 bpm. I’ve got another 3 weeks till I can see my baby and see what the gender is going to be.
Getting a little frisky!
Keir is such a romantic
fooling around with a little magic
I was working on their house so don’t mind the building in the back. I introduce Dannah Holderlain and Keiran Lestrange. They are based off mine and a friends characters on Devils Snare an rp site. Keiran is from a pureblood magical family whereas Dannah is a muggle born witch. Both met their first year and have been friends ever since, even with much controversy. Now that the two have graduated from Hogwarts they have moved to a small magical community known as moonlight falls.
First one is Theodore Dekker. The second is Holly Rhodes and the third is Peter Higgins
I graduated high school with a 3.9 GPA, passed my SAT’s with an above average score and got into a university but I can’t do long division, don’t know times tables or how to multiply big numbers or anything with fractions/percentages and can’t tell you what calculus is at all
The boyfriend & I were talking about this just the other day. 1. We both graduated high school, but we had to go to sort of like an at-your-own-pace kind of school and was not able to graduate or walk with the class we were originally in. He had continued his education at pretty much a continuation school wheras myself went to a trade school for both high school and a trade of my choosing. 2. I’m like you with math…I can do times tables, big numbers, but I can barely do long division or fractions/percentages hell even when I’m in college now I’m still barely in pre-algebra I just can’t seem to test out of it. 3. I don’t agree with the education system set up here in california. If a student feels bored of does not understand the teachers do not wait or even help the student succeed in their own way. Instead they suggest the student needs a tutor and moves on leaving them behind. Not everyone learns the same way & I felt that was the case for me. I wonder do you know…or have an idea if there is a way to do both, public and homeschool?