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Teachers at Age Three

Aleja, the talkative mom-like sweetheart, always has a lot to say. She is her mama’s girl and never lets me forget it. When I asked her what she liked about class she said, “Miss Kylee, I like to listen because my mommy taught me to.” I thought this was great and hoped it would rub off on some of the rambunctious fellows who seemed to think their agenda was more important than anything... Read More »
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Children of Light

My name is Kylee Piatczyc, an upcoming sophomore at the University of Georgia (sic ‘em dawgs!), majoring in English and Journalism. I play soccer for UGA, love to read books upon books and take photos whenever and wherever I can. I adore my family, my furry pups and traveling. As a result of God’s plan, as usual completely unbeknownst to me, I would end up at Star of Hope in the preschool... Read More »
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His Plan

God works in fantastic, wonderful, enigmatic ways. That is really the only way I can fathom how and why I ended up working in the preschool class at the Transitional Living Center of Star of Hope. At the beginning of May I was supposed to be working at Camp Ozark, a Christian sports camp in the hills of Arkansas, for the summer; but when I decided to play soccer for my school, that plan flew out... Read More »
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