Just seeing my daughter getting a little bit older each day is already enough to get me to think of trying out new things that might possibly help us secure a better future for her. Sometimes, I'll just come up with a plan on my own (Ting! Ting! Ting!) and I would think about it over and over before I lay them all down to my husband. Today is just one of those times. While hubby and the little girl are still sleeping, I got the chance to surf the net and learned a few things about investing in gold and silver. I realized just how easy it is to buy gold or silver online and sell it later for a better or handsome price. The internet is definitely one of the best places to buy silver or gold. What really caught my fancy are the gold coins at goldeneaglecoin.com but I am not really sure if the gold coin trading is for me. I must admit I have yet to find out more information about this. Hmmm, it is time to quit thinking for now and fix some breakfast.
The mom in me was telling me I have to be there to make sure her first day is a good one. I had to be there just in case she feels uncomfortable. We all know a lot of kids cry on their first day of school especially if they are used to being with their parents almost all of the time. However, this was not the case with my daughter. The moment we entered the gate of her school, she cheerfully greeted everyone 'Good morning'. Just like most 'first days' of school, their classes did not formally start yet. In fact, the students were dismissed early. It was almost like we were there in school just to have her ID picture taken, bring all her books, and get her school-related requirements. We then spent the rest of the day buying her requirements. In the evening after taking dinner, I covered all her books and notebooks. I didn't even notice that it was already past bedtime that night.
Oh gosh, for someone who is already thirty-ish, I still can't believe I already have a preschooler. I thought I shouldn't be surprised because I am not getting younger as well. Even some of my contemporaries were already sending their kids to high school. So, there's still a long way to go for us. Indeed, it's time to work even harder so we can provide a better future for her.