March 29

Last week, the chips and I went to register the boy for college.

The boy asked me to go along, because he just wasn’t sure what to do, where to go, etc. So I drug the girl along too.

To say that she was less than happy about the situation would be a gross understatement.

The registration process went by very quickly, and my checkbook is considerably lighter. Ca-ching~~Ca-ching!!

Yep…a great time was had by all.

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12 thoughts on “March 29”

  1. Where has the time gone? Where is that little toddler? It seems so srange that our kids are grown. It seems like only yesterday. Sometimes I long for the day when they were small. I guess it is only to keep myself young again. Where is this college? Close by?

    The college is in Zville. He will commute.

  2. The boy kinda has that deer in the headlights look for that picture in the office. As for the girl, forcing kids to do things they don’t want to do builds character, doesn’t it? 😉

  3. I’m fixing to send my oldest daughter off to college in the fall, too. 😦

    I never thought the girl could give attitude! Those pics were very convincing. 🙂

    Yeah, I get more attitude from her than I ever have from the boy.

  4. Hey, I recognize the book your daughter is studying out of! 🙂 I’ve also seen that facial expression around my house before…how dare you ruin that poor child’s day by making her be seen in public with her family?! 🙂

  5. If looks could kill, thank the Good Lord they don’t, your children would have been in a fatal accident that day.

    Yep, she was building character.
    I’m not looking forward to that day when my son leaves or head to college or whatever. While part of me is looking forward to the peace and quiet I think that I’ll be looking for a job to go to outside the home – I’ll be that bored.

    As for the attitude, remember what you were like at that age and the attitude you gave your parents. Then remember what they did to you for it and do likewise, after all it helped you grow and mature so it’ll probably work on your kids, especially the girl, as well.

  6. Lovely for your son to appreciate the “ca~ching ca~ching.” He certainly appears to be appreciating it on more than one level. Your daughter is so cute. I can remember those days of being hauled off for something that I did NOT want to do. I must’ve looked equally happy.

  7. I remember taking Amber to Malone for the first time &Sarah to Cedarville for the first time.It was hard to see them go away for so long all at once. They put themselves through college & nursing school. Not much fun for them but extremely charcter building. Let me tell you they REALLY appreciate their educations, especially Amber. They were both very determined hard workers. If I had the means I would have paid for everything myself but unfortunately, I didn’t have that much control over things. He will be a great student. He’ll make you proud……

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