1. Drive safe Jody!
2. Belgian waffles are yummy!
3. You people lose way too many I.D.'s
4. Y'all need to stop writing I.D's as ids. I keep picturing Freud.
5. Brandon is a certified Star Wars Geek.
6. I love your nails, Kelly!
7. Re: #2: we are talking about food. Again.
8. Good morning!
4. Lol! Id, superego, ego! I still remember that stuff.
5. Speak for yourself you certified Buffy the Vampire Slayer geek!
This is to all the younger ones (Ashley, Amanda, Mel, and Kevin come to mind) or anyone with sage advice : I hope they read back, because I'd really like their thoughts on this:
Cooper is a sophomore. He is completely stressed out! Worse than I have ever seen him. He says that his teachers have all told him that he needs to pick his classes for his junior year and that his decisions will determine whether he will make it life or not. What?! I do not remember high school being so stressful. What 15 year old has their life mapped out and knows what direction they will take? As it is, he is taking ALL academic classes and carrying a heavy work-load. I hate to see him so stressed. What can I tell him? Isn't having straight A's and high SAT's enough? Does he have to decide now what his major will be in college and take those kind of classes in his junior year?
Maybe it's just me, but at 15, I had no idea what I wanted to be. I had some ideas, but was definitely not ready to commit to anything. Anyone have any insights? How can I make it less stressful for him to pick his junior schedule? I would appreciate anyone's thoughts on this.