Saves on ink. :-)
I don’t know if you’ll look back to read my reply but my situation was different. Due to childhood trauma my aunt and uncle became my “parents.” I paid for college the first time I went on grants but being a young mother to two boys I left, when I went back as a nontraditional student I had to take out loans, but I earned my degree. I helped my stepson by getting a plus loan, he ended up dropping out but is successful. My oldest son took out loans until the money ran out and still needs to retake a couple of classes to finish. My third son just graduated (2020) with a bachelors in fine arts thanks to scholarships, student loans and plus loans. A difficult route but no regrets.
Not quite right. Try another 25.
Talk about a spoiler! I’m glad I already know but there may be those who are starting from as close to the beginning as possible and have no idea what the future holds.
It helps to talk to someone you trust, get some fresh air and find a hobby you enjoy. I hope you can find joy in the little things.
It seems a bit small for Adam.
I will admit that I bought a few things for myself but only because I will officially graduate next Sunday. My “other half” is in the club of those who buys himself most of what he wants and is difficult to surprise. Sigh
Hello and Happy Friday Cathy clan!
A big hug and thank you to GretchensMom for remembering my would be M-I-B’s birthday and Happy belated Birthday to you! I hope you enjoyed your kaluah cake and lightenup’s. :-)
I think we can all agree that Irving’s mom is ridiculously clingy and needs to let go. With that being said, I know how difficult it is to have a child living far away from home. I’m in OH and my 2nd son is in WI…he wasn’t able to come home for Thanksgiving and may not be able to come home for Christmas. Sigh. Anyway, I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving or Thursday.
Hendelca I’m so happy that the conferences were a success and that you found time to have fun!