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By the time she reached the end of her list, I was sitting on the floor with eyes flooded.
I was overwhelmed and amazed at her maturity and strength.
She looked up and said, “Mom, tell me what you think of this. I’m giving them to my ninth graders.” To give you a little context, Allie served as a small group leader to middle school girls on Sunday mornings at our church.
That group is entering Milton High School as freshmen in a couple weeks.
I knew she had made good choices throughout high school, and had traversed some hard things in ways that demonstrated her love for Christ and desire to obey Him.
But to hear the “rubber meets the road” advice she put on paper was incredible. So, I’m going to share 20 of “Allie’s Rules for High School” with you!
A few nights ago I had an encounter with my 18-year-old daughter that will be imprinted on my heart forever.
She decided to put together a list of “guidelines” that she’s hoping will help them navigate the sometimes treacherous waters of high school.As Allie began reading her list to me, I found myself crumbling (in a good way) on the inside.