You know how the teens go... when it is time for them to leave for college, we parents are eager to have the house quiet again. Then the silence isn't as golden as we thought. However they have to grow up.
She is having a hard time with her Room mate. However being an only child and not having to ever share a room with some one can make it rough when you have to at her age. If your value system is not the same it can be a really hard time. I hope and pray she will be able to work out an agreement with her room mate. But perhaps a third party will have to assist them in an agreement.
I remember having to share a room and house with another girl. Being the only girl in my family it was a difficult task. Had to just work it out until I could get a place of my own. That was the light in the tunnel for me.
We did get to meet some parents of one of her floor friends. They seemed very nice, We hope to work out a car pool for the girls to go to and from school on the breaks. The drive is about 5 hours for us both.
There was a Pet parade in the town. I posted some photos on my On the Go blog. We saw some really strange things. The town center is a very small place, about three blocks long. The university and town is very hilly so we walked a lot. Hubby had a hard time. We really should have taken the wheelchair. He just can not take the walking.
So how was your weekend? Anything interesting in your neck of the woods?
Here's a blue note for you. My daughter and her friends all in blue at the University.
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