The New School Year
Last week my kids were supposed to get their new school schedule.
My daughter’s was there, but my son’s wasn’t. I emailed the tech guy to see if there was a problem with my computer, there wasn’t. He called me Monday to personally see what was wrong. I was told that my son was apparently moving, which he was not. I called the school to see where his schedule was. The assistant principal called me back to apologize about the misunderstanding and put in his schedule. It was a pleasant conversation. I got my son’s schedule and noticed that a couple of teachers were missing and he didn’t have the same teachers as last year and was this possibly someone else’s schedule?
So, I emailed and called the assistant principal back. Left voice mail for her on her secretary’s voice mail and waited. That night I spoke with my son about his schedule. He was very upset and said that he really wanted his old teachers. I told him that I would email the assistant principal again to see if it were possible to switch. So, not only did I leave a voice mail for her and email her, I emailed her again! All night I believed that the assistant principal would switch him back and it would be a great year for all.
Right before bed I checked my email and got a daily scroll about if I was I open to receiving?
Wow! I wasn’t sure if my channels were open, but I made sure they were starting then!
I went to work happier than ever. If anyone gave me a compliment, I graciously accepted and thanked them. I was open to receiving. On the way home, I decided to call the assistant principal since I hadn’t heard. She was in with someone, but was going to call me back. I got on my computer and pulled up my son’s schedule. Nothing had changed. That was fine, but I knew that I was going to get what I wanted since I was open to receiving. The assistant principal called me back and we discussed the schedule. I asked if it were possible to have my son’s teachers switched since he was familiar them. She said that she would see if it were possible. I asked if it were, when would I see the changes and she said that they would be there by the end of the day, if possible. I thanked her and hung up.
I told my son what happened with the assistant principal and we both went online to see his schedule and the teachers were changed!
That’s when I cried and told him that The Secret was absolutely true. It’s all about believing that anything and everything is possible!!!
Thank you for opening my eyes and letting me see The Secret!