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I would feel a lot better about my kid sacrificing for the good of the country as a whole if it were a collective effort. Right now, it feels more like she's being exhorted to conserve water
Will share a full recap after I get some sleep but it was the most magical and memorable evening. I couldn’t have imagined anything more special. They are well and legally married!!!’
As I sit in the REI parking lot waiting for my D to buy hiking boots (life recommences immediately!), I can report that our power is back and my S and DIL are enjoying a mini-moon at what he said was
I don't understand the obsession with NJ opening back up fully (incidentally only a handful of colleges here have announced they are all remote.) But be that as it may, two things are key here:
@suzyQ7 just to expand on what Homerdog is talking about. My D20 is taking a gap year and will be working part-time as a server/hostess to save money to pay most of her anticipated unsubsidi
I feel the need to respond to this, as someone in a similar position (my husband’s cancer has relapsed and we don’t have great options), who also isn’t one to speak freely about my feelings. I want t
Mistakes happen. Reading the Duke posts just reminded me of my first day at college. After move-in, orientation leaders who had six or so students were supposed to show up at your door to take you to
P.S. I’m registered to vote by mail, but given the current state of affairs at USPS, I’m not leaving it to chance that my ballot is received and my vote counted. I’ll crawl over broken glass through a
So this is NOT meant as argumentative....however...
If you have to be tested numerous times, parties are out, leaving campus is "off-limits", classes are half (or more) online, the gyms are c
Apparently the rush back to campus at Notre Dame was because some students planned to agree to the rules and then not follow them.
I understand the rules make campus unpleasant for many. What I do no