Five Things I Learned from Beginning a Co-op {or Not Beginning a Co-op}

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Five Things I Learned from Beginning a Co-op {or Not Beginning a Co-op} — 3 Comments

  1. Are you my sister separated at burth? I have just recently learned some of these lessons. I can go overboard when I get (what I think is) a great idea. Sometimes I even tell myself that this is God’s will. Then He shows me different. I really enjoyed this article A LOT! Sandy

  2. I’m sorry that the cooperative didn’t work out for you and your family right now. Me and a friend started a fine arts cooperative last year and everything fell in to place from the start. Last semester we had 60 kids take part. All of the families have been helpful, encouraging, and so excited about what we are doing. Maybe later on things might fall in to place for you as well and it will work out.