That’s what I loved about living so close to the schools. We live literally dead center between the middle school (with the elementary school right behind it) and the high school…only about 2 blocks either way. I’d walk them to & from elementary school (after that, they went alone).
…like the Doublemeat Palace? (Buffy reference)
My daughters love Dollar Tree. When their earbuds die out, spend $1, and it’s replaced. They actually last quite a while, too.
Not if she wants to fill out her needed credits for math, English, science, etc., plus she takes Orchestra.
Actually, I’ve seen every single episode, including “New Class”. I’m re-watching with my daughters, who haven’t.
Since I had to share a bedroom with my grandmother when I was in my teens…I concur. She had a TV and mini-fridge, but I wasn’t allowed to touch them. If I had friends over, particularly one of my best friends, who happened to be a boy, the bedroom door had to stay open. I loved my Memere…but didn’t enjoy sharing the room with her. (She eventually got Alzheimer’s; she eventually forgot my name, but always called me “Roomie”.)
My daughter wanted to take French, but her middle school didn’t offer it; only Spanish. She could have switched when she entered high school, but she wanted to stick to one language to be able to take AP courses.
Proud New Englander, lifelong Granite Stater (NH).
This is reminding me of the Christmas episode of “Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye”, when her mother (a control freak) and father come for a visit. It’s a sweet episode & I watch it every year.
“The Godfather” is a good book.