I just finished covering my daughter’s books and notebooks with plastic. Last Friday, her teachers convinced me to buy her own books and notebooks. According to them, my daughter asked them for her books when they distributed her classmates’ copies. My daughter was hesitant to accept the evaluation copy because it was a bit different from the copy given to her classmates. They were worried that my daughter would lose her interests if she always noticed that she’s different from her classmates. So, I talked to the registrar if I my daughter can have a copy of the books and I will just pay them on the the end of the month, when I receive my next paycheck. The registrar agreed and she included that notebooks as well.
As I said, her schooling was not yet on our plan. So we were caught off guard of her interest to go to school at a very young age. We haven’t allot any budget for her schooling yet and considering our financial status at the moment, it is really hard for me to squeeze our budget to meet her school needs.Â But I see my daughter’s interests and enthusiasms to go to school everyday, so I give in. Anyway, the school allowed me to pay the school expenses one a time so it would not be so much burden for me. I considered it God’s works and God’s favor for my daughter. Don’t you think so?