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Hello! Thanks for stopping in to Titus2. My name is Bonnie and first and foremost I'm a wife and mother. I met my husband Dan in 1987 and we were married in 1989. After we married, Dan joined the Air Force and we moved from moved around a lot. Now Dan is a software engineer. We are the proud parents of two daughters. Both were home schooled. Cassandra has an Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education and is currently an honors student pursuing a degree in Accounting. Our youngest is in her junior year of high school.

We are Christians, and we believe that "God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, no longer counting people's sins against them. And he gave us this wonderful message of reconciliation" (2 Corinthians 5:19.) What that means is that Jesus died for the sins of the world and those who believe on Him will be saved-- only I believe that sooner or later ALL will believe on Him.

Health and fitness is important to me. I run, row, and work out at the gym several times a week. Dan and I also both love boating and football.

I've worked with children since I graduated from college and took a job at a preschool. After I had children, I found home childcare was both fulfilling for me and my children loved having daycare friends. I have also taken "real jobs" from time to time with Social Services. I love little children. They are so full of life, so curious and fun. They are happy most of the time, and love making messes. I am passionate about little children being respected as 'people' and learning through fun and exploration during this crucial time. This is why I'm excited to earn my master's degree in Early Childhood Education. My goal is to teach other childcare providers and center providers at the local community college.

We are all teachers as we lead by example. I like to share what I learn, and hope that I am passing on 'good' information, a 'teacher of good things.'