Things are as calm as I can get them. Anna is having a better time at college. She has a wonderful roommate that isn't having sex with everything that isn't nailed down so I don't have the drama there. She is still in the honors college. She wants to be a special ed teacher. She is going to need a lot more school. She wants her masters at least. SIGH. She also thinks that she found a job. It's working at a home for adults with special needs. She did work one summer with special needs kids so she thinks that will help her get the job. Fingers crossed.
DJ is doing well, he is in all honors classes and Northwestern University said that he can start taking college courses. He won't earn high school credits just college credits. I think we are going to wait one year before he takes a class. His high school guidance counselor thinks that he might be overloaded without the college course. So he is going to take the prep class for the ACT and see if he can't get a higher score than when he took it in 8th grade and then go from there.
And poor Den is panicking. He keeps saying that we should never have pushed the kids to "be smart." Haha. Also, if Anna gets that job it is off campus and she would have to work at night. Den about had a stroke. He said, "Well just great now she has to have a car." I said, "No, she can walk." Den-"If anything ever happened to her, I couldn't live with myself." He does love her, he just worries too much. If she does get the job, I think that we will let her take her car down there. But Den has a problem with that too. He thinks her car is too old and wants to give her his car. That was pretty sweet of him. I'm sure that we will figure something out. The only real problem with giving Anna the white car is that DJ won't have a car. Anna got the car in high school if she stayed on the honor roll. I can't do for one and not the other. DJ did say that he didn't want to pay $140ish a month for car insurance. I told him that that is the deal. He said he wants to drive and not pay. Don't we all!
And that's it for my life,