Ladybug, Ladybug your house is just fine… your mom invested in fire extinguishers… *grin*


So my daughter’s nickname is Ladybug and recently she left home to live kind of on her own. Since she’s almost 22 and wanted her independence, but she couldn’t afford her own place, she decided to go to Job Corps. Since the economy is so bad, and I, not wanting her to go into the service, she decided this would be the best plan B. So she did her research and made an appointment to see a counselor and decided to go. She can learn a trade and earn a little money. She started college but didn’t want to finish college now because she didn’t want any loans, so she thought this would placate me and she would be happy with her decision. But, can I just say at this juncture this didn’t appease me at all, but what can I do, as a parent of a young adult??? One reason, is because she…

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