And now he's back. With a vengeance, one might say....
|Let the chaos and mayhem begin!|
And stuff it in I did....
|There's no real need to see out the back window...right?|
Upon arriving home, he dumped all the stuff in the living area of the house.
And there it stayed until I had a conniption fit last night and told my husband that the ONLY thing I wanted for Mother's Day was for this crap to be out of our living area.
And this morning, magically, it was. Of course, I dare not enter Man-Child's bedroom now....
So today came along - Mother's Day. The day when mothers everywhere are showered with love. I, of course, feel nothing but pressure. Not that my guys don't shower me with love - because they do. But because all day long I am pounded with "What do you want to do today? It's YOUR day. Where do you want to eat? Seriously mom, I'm hungry!"
One of these days I'll realize that I must be the one to plan out my entire day and then the pressure will be off.
So, in addition to feeding the boy, today we ended up going on a walk in the local bog garden; hoping to spot the most recent local celebrity.
|Can you see him...or her?|
|The sign CLEARLY stated that they should stay on the path. Did they listen?|
And to all my dear friends, I hope you had a wonderful, stress-free Mother's Day.
And to those who have wondered. The credit issue with Man-Child isn't actually "fixed." He has been able to manipulate the schedule next year so that he has enough hours to be considered a full time student - thus ensuring he can stay on campus. It will take him approximately a semester to catch up. But we can breathe a little easier now. And we have informed him that he will catch it up because he will graduate in four years and not six.
How it happened? Who knows. Human error, I suppose. He didn't realize that his physical education class only offered one credit and somehow this sailed completely over his counselor's head. Whatever. This is what I consider a "life lesson" for him.