Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

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The daily mail delivery definitely is a portent of the future in our house lately. This photo is a tiny sampling of college brochures from recent deliveries that my high school junior has not yet filed away for future reference, or circular filed, depending on his interest. Once your child takes any of the standardized tests for college admissions, a wide array of mail, email and telephonic communications flood the household.

It is such an exciting time in life for a teen. It is a balance of enjoying the present, with high school friends and activities, while also looking ahead to where life might take him, reflecting upon what he wants to be or do when he “grows up” along with where he wants to go and how he wants to get there. Ahhh, to have your whole life ahead of you!

You can participate in this week’s photo challenge by clicking Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense.

Ciao! ~ Kat

23 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

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  5. This is a great entry to this week’s challenge! I’ve been through this a few times and still have more in the future. 🙂 Enjoy these moments with your teen.

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  9. Just think–you could go anywhere!! And where will you go next…? Our trips lately seem to be solely visiting family in Florida, New York, Georgia or San Diego. I guess that’s OK with me!

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