Why?Nothing exciting. Just a day of running back and forth to the city, a dump run, a run halfway to the border 25 miles south to pick up a cabinet for the bathroom, a run over to the village 10 miles away to drive our second oldest son to work, and a run back there later to look at another plow truck. How should I end the day? Why not make another run to pick up our son after work. Will be nice when he's able to drive on his own.
Not sure on the states but up here, we have graduated licensing which means that you have to drive with a licensed driver for a full year followed by being able to drive on your own with restrictions on passengers and not being allowed to drive on certain highways alone for a year.
I'm trying my best to envision you as a "responsible adult."Looks like a 'fun' day being a responsible adult for me.
Helping Dasha sort and pack her belongings into my truck. Then, after the truck is parked in the garage, taking Dasha to Notre Dame, leaving most of her belongings at home. Wait? What? Yep, taking Dasha to campus but not moving her into her dorm.
She has to be on campus this afternoon ... but can't move into her dorm???
She will be staying with a group of international students in a hotel, without all their belongings, for the next day and a half.
Wednesday I will be taking her belongings to campus and moving them into her dorm room. Seems like an incredibly inconvenient and ill conceived way to move kids into their dorms. Granted, it only affects a couple dozen students who are acting as "international ambassadors" for the campus's incoming foreign student, but still. Dum. Stoopid.
I'm just pretending to be a 'responsible adult' so it is only an illusion.I'm trying my best to envision you as a "responsible adult."
Dasha has grown since her last photo.
Beautiful young lady
I know a guy like that too.I finally found the time to spend a full day in the garage. First was a bit of a clean up as the guy who works out there is a bit of a messy mechanic. Lol. . .