How my mom used the Bible in are homeschooling

How we used the Bible in are homeschooling

Being homeschooled has brought me closer to my family but also closer to God.

Growing up we would do bible study together at the kitchen table it was part of are homeschooling curriculum.
My mom would write down a bible verse that me and my sisters would rewrite and study in tell we could read it out loud and memorize it then we would go to another bible verse and do the same.

She would also read us Christian books for kids with questions at the end of the story and we would answer them as a family we would as take turn praying every night.

We talked about God and we invited other kids are age to church with us and we would go to church activities and Sunday school as a family.

I would read Adam and Eve to my little sister every night at bed time it was her favorite story.

The two Christian books that my mom would read to us was the princess and the kiss by Jennie bishop it a story of God’s gift of purity and how a princess saved her first ki…

Homeschooled as a special needs

How home schooling changed my life as a special needs child.

Being homeschooled was really the best thing for me my mom took me at of the public school when I was little I was a special needs child that had adhd and epilepsy the was mistreated and misunderstood in school.

So my mom started homeschooling me me and my three sisters being homeschooled has helped me learn at my own pace.

Before I was homeschooled I could not sit still or hold a pencil my mom took the time to teach me that by being homeschooled it has brought me closer to my mom and sisters.

The first thing I learned that I remember learning about is a ever green tree and how they stay green all year long even in the fall.

I was home schooled through grade school and middle school my mom took the time and patience to teach me in a way that I could learn.

My mom took me and my sisters on many adventures we would go to homeschooling events and groups we were in 4H and Girl Scouts she would take us to the library everyday and…

Dear epilepsy

Dear epilepsy

Dear epilepsy just to let you know you don’t own me you may be part of my life but I will not back down.

I will continue to live my life the way I am doing know I will please the lord and enjoy my life with my friends and family and the lord.

I would also like to say I am not my epilepsy and I will not let it get me down I am Me Angelika a adult living with epilepsy I am a fun loving person that enjoys hanging out with my friends and family.

I also enjoy traveling to new places seeing new things and cooking new recipes and trying new crafts and sewing new programs this is my story and welcome to it 🙂

What it’s like being an adult with epilepsy

What it’s like to be an adult with epilepsy

Being a adult with epilepsy is hard somedays it feels like a roller coaster you never know what’s going to go wrong epilepsy is like a roller coaster going up and down someday are good and somedays are bad.

But I always try to stay calm and strong living with epilepsy is no walk in the park but with God in my side I know I Am good.

What scares me most about having epilepsy is am I going to have a seizure in public or around my friends or make someone mad for asking for rides but God has blessed me with great friends and family who I know I can go to for anything and I feel safe with.

Another thing is the medicine I am on how are they going to make me feel today am I going to have a good day or am I going to be sick today from them but I always tell my family how I feel and they help me and the Lord helps me too.

How my illness changed my life

How my illness changed my life.

I would say my illness changed my life by making me stronger and open to new new things like being in the special Olympics bowling as well as traveling around the us.

It as also made me outgoing and always kind and nice to people.

Being special needs has not brought me down it has brought me up and stronger it does get challenging but with God in my side I can face anything.

I would say that being special needs and having epilepsy is ok I have learned how to be ok with it my Illness is not me it is only part of me.

I am going to stay strong and trust God and I have a great support team behind me thank you lord for always being there for me.

If you walked a mile in my shoes

If you walked a mile in my shoes you could never do it because I learned how to stay strong through every kidney stone that I have ever passed I was in a lot of pain but God helped me through it and so did my family and doctors.

My family has been a big help too they have been there through everything all my seizures I have ever had and through every kidney stone.

I guess walking in someone’s shoes would be hard we all have something going on in are lives on ones life is perfect we all have something we are dealing with the goal is to stay strong and trust God.

I do get scared thinking I am going to have a seizure in public but when I get that feeling I ask God to help me not have a seizure in public and he hears me and helps me.

I have seen everything and it seems like I have been through everything but God is always with me and my family too.

How I Managing my epilepsy

How I manage my epilepsy.

I manage my epilepsy by taking my epilepsy medicine on time and taking my vitamins for my heart and body and over all health.

There are side effects from my epilepsy medicine that is high cholesterol I take medicine for that and I also suffer from bad anxiety so I take medicine for that sometimes I feel like I can never win but I need my medicine to stay alive and well.

I also manage my epilepsy by eating right I try too. I also get  exercise and stay active by walking in the park with my mom.

I also enjoy Zumba yoga and walking and lifting weights when I can.

Having epilepsy is no walk in the park it comes with a lot of health problems but I try my very best to manage it by eating right stayed active and getting lots of exercise managing epilepsy is hard but with my families and my doctors and Gods help I can manage it I try to stay strong.

I am also blessed to have my epilepsy controlled by medicine.