I Do, But I Don’t

When my youngest son was a toddler, he would often answer questions with, “I do, but I don’t.” That was his way of saying he wasn’t sure about something or had mixed feelings about something. For example, I might say, “Would you like a snack?” He would respond with, ‘I do, but I don’t.” Of course, we thought it was adorable, and it became a regular part of my vocabulary.
As I think back on this school year, I am filled with pride and admiration for our school. In many ways, this was the best year we have ever had. It’s hard to convey the atmosphere on campus. It was peaceful and exciting all at once. The staff and faculty loved the Lord, loved their students, and did their jobs with excellence every day. The parents were involved and supportive in every way. The students proved to be hard workers and grew exponentially in every area – academically, physically, spiritually, socially and emotionally.
We are already excited for what the future will bring for Legacy and our students, but do I want this year to end? I would have to say, “I do, but I don’t.”
Thank you to everyone for such a great year, Lions!
Mrs. Debbie Hudson