Monthly Archives: September 2014
… and Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing — Oh My!
So, this past Labor Day weekend we had the honor and privilege of helping the eldest of our two children move into her first college dorm room, at the university of her childhood dreams. Our first rodeo as they say, it was a proud day for us all, and heart wrenching too. Only six miles, and but a mere fifteen minutes down the road from our home — twenty minutes in heavy traffic — we missed her nonetheless, already.
Okay, one down, one to go. Now what? Oh… wait! That’s right… We still have to figure out how we’re going to pay for it all. For one however, I’m hardly convinced the anticipated benefit — little more than an ethereal promise of a brighter tomorrow — will ultimately outweigh the cost of a “private” university diploma. Don’t get me wrong. Of course much will depend Continue reading