Amazing Home Renovation for Father Recovering from Stroke | George to the Rescue YouTube Video

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Direct link – Amazing Home Renovation for Father Recovering from Stroke | George to the Rescue: https://youtu.be/bicfChWnYIg (around 21:37 minutes long)

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8 Responses to Amazing Home Renovation for Father Recovering from Stroke | George to the Rescue YouTube Video

  1. Pingback: George To The Rescue – Featured Vlogger of the Week – June 10, 2020 | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

  2. SLIMJIM says:

    How’s your day going?

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    • Good and how is your day going?

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Day is well right now! Homeschooling and later going to do sermon prep

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      • I can’t speak for your area, but homeschooling is what I would do if my daughter was young. I know locally the school districts care more about passing students than they do about making sure the children know the basics.

        When I was younger, my middle brother failed second grade. It takes trying to fail second grade back then. Today, I am sure they would just pass him. I did AmeriCorps service at a local after-school program at an Episcopal church in 2005-06. We had a second grade who was a math whiz, but couldn’t read or write for anything. He graduated several years ago and still can’t read or write above a pre-1st grade level.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        Thanks for sharing. My state of California also has been pushing crazy agendas. so homeschooling is the way to go

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      • If I had the option when my daughter was growing up, that’s the way I would have gone. She lived with her mother who thought public schooling was the way to go.

        I have a friend whose oldest son is starting middle school, but can’t read or write above a minimal level. I tried to convince him that homeschooling is the way to go. He knows I’m right, but isn’t willing to go that route. It doesn’t help that he cares more about his son learning to play chess and play video games. That’s a recipe for disaster and I expect a recipe for divorce once his wife puts her foot down when the son graduates and lives at home.

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