Have you every thought of what kind of a legacy you want to leave behind?
I know, I know. The laundry is overflowing, the kids are all hungry, and you are working on quarterly reports. Right now, you are just looking forward to making it to bedtime.
In a short five years time span, I lost and eulogized three of the most important people in my life–both my parents and my grandmother, who had been my rock, my inspiration, and my best friend. Writing their eulogies changed something in me. I no longer saw life just as today, but as what will be once I am gone.
How do I want to be remembered? As a young mother of very small children, I became acutely aware that I was living their memories. I was building the stories they would tell their own children, the stories that would recall once I was gone. I knew I didn’t want to just get the housework done, I wanted to make a difference!
As a homeschool mom, you are changing the world EVERY DAY! Your work is so powerful it will impact generations!!
A few days ago, I got to sit down with my friend and mentor, Allison Hardy to talk about the legacy I hope to leave to not just my family, but every family for generation to come.
Please take a listen! (I love to listen to podcasts while washing dishes and cooking dinner) Then hit reply and let me know what you think.
How can I help you leave a legacy of love and learning?