Pros and cons of dating a friend
and I went apartment shopping this weekend (more to come on that later), and this place we checked out reminded me of an old-school hotel.It was billed as a “luxury” apartment building and just walking through the lobby and seeing the concierge and gym & pool, etc got me soooo excited!My parents decided to get a divorce which meant that mom, my brother, and I were to move back to the states.We spent the summer and 3 months of the following school year (9th grade) living in a hotel. I hit the hottub EVERY morning, got to chat with the maintainance guy every day while he did his pool duties.Reply I’ve lived in different hotels for 13 months with my husband 4 kids and 2 dogs!My extended family members think I use drugs or am mentally ill. I was told by an attorney that no judge will return my kids until I have “stable” housing!
Sharing a room with my brother and mom every day did get old but we found many more things to do outside of the house.
When this problem began I tried pretty much everything I could think of short of going and sitting in his classes finally said”OK, you don’t want to do your work, I’ll let you suffer the consequences and fail 9th grade.
Imagine my horror when he was passed anyway with D’s and F’s!! Sorry for the rant just saying I’d always been told you had to do something bad to have a child removed; NOT TRUE! Reply When I was in college, our school had a habit of over-accepting for the new freshman class and would run out of dorms.
It WAS neat getting to know all the front desk attendants and playing pranks on them at night.
Kind of like the Suite Life of Zach and Cody that my kids watch now.