The dancer had a blast trying out different poses with the ocean as her back drop. We also enjoyed miniature golf at night, going to an old time amusement park, riding on a speedboat and getting Henna tattoos that will wash off in a few weeks.
May I ask all of you a question or two?
Our family is considering a move to another state. For multiple reasons, our current hometown in North Carolina is no longer a great fit. The cost of living is high here compared to the potential income growth, there is a lack of future jobs for our children (especially in their desired fields) so they will be forced to leave the area as adults, and, finally, we are just ready for a change. We have two challenges ~ finding a federal government job for dear husband and finding a homeschool-friendly state. We are finding that many states make it difficult to graduate from a homeschool and force homeschoolers to get a GED in order to go on to college or to get a job. I would love to hear from as many of you as possible in the comments. I should also add that we need an affordable place to live that still provides ample job opportunities for the future.
What state do you homeschool in and do you know any graduates? Did they get a GED plus a homeschool diploma?
Do the general public, school district or potential employers mistreat your homeschool students on a regular basis?
I would really love to hear any and all comments.