Tice Family Blog

October 11, 2006

Super Kid

Filed under: Uncategorized — ptice @ 3:17 pm

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Yes, Tristin is a Super Kid.  She was voted by her second grade class as a Super Kid.  The Super Kid award is given to a child who shows respect, kindness for others, discipline, and a positive attitude.  This is Tristin’s first year in public school and I thank God for this positive feedback.  I spent time worrying about how other kids were going to influence her precious, innocent spirit.  I let the devil whisper in my ear.  How do I know this, because I was worrying and worrying is not of God.  I should have had faith that my daughter who has been saved would be the one influincing others.  I know the other kid’s notice there is something different about her and are drawn to her.  Tristin was on the all “A” honor roll this six weeks, but there is greater joy as a parent having Tristin represent God and our family as a Super Kid.  

Tristin – I love you and keep up the great work!

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2 Comments »

  1. Tristin-
    You are such a sweet girl. And what great parents you have. The Garratt’s think ya’ll are great.

    And thanks for sharing that about puclic school Pauline. I think a lot of the time we do live in fear and that is definately not of God.

    How else will our kids share the good news! Our kids get to be salt and light to such a dark world. How cool is that??

    Ashley

    Comment by Ashley — October 11, 2006 @ 11:11 pm

  2. Way to be smart, Tristin!

    I’m so proud of you and your A’s.

    Mrs. Heather

    Comment by Heather — October 15, 2006 @ 7:56 pm


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