Friday, May 14, 2010

Precious Daughters - Bullet Edition

  • Precious Youngest is home for the summer.
  • It took two vehicles to get all her shit home in one trip.
  • Her dorm room wasn’t that big. One wonders how they fit all that stuff in the room all year.
  • Priority one is finding a summer job.
  • Well, from OUR perspective.
  • The real priority one is getting some sleep.
  • Priority two is cleaning out the shit hole she calls her room.
  • Well, that’s MY priority two.
  • The real priority two is catching up with The Pie and friends.
  • Precious Oldest is not coming home this summer
  • She has a job on campus that pays well and will allow her time to take a six hundred level class she would not otherwise be able to fit in her schedule.
  • Let’s allow that to sink in a bit shall we?
  • Precious Oldest is not coming home this summer.
  • Six young men we have known ALL THEIR LIVES are graduating this week end. Five high school; one college.
  • That makes me feel incredibly old.
  • I've got nothing else except sweetbabyjesusu enough with the rain already!!!!

6 comments:

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Shocking how they can fill a dorm room. Like a clown car!
I hope Precious Youngest fills the gap enough with her sister staying on campus!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

That not coming home for the summer is a tough one--who knows it might change though.

My oldest daughter didn't come home for 3 years (summer research then a full-time job), but now, in grad school, she is.

I have two coming back next week.

Boys do not have that much crap. Seriously!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Welcome home, Precious Youngest!

Holly (me.) said...

Sounds like Precious Youngest may have helpfully brought home enough stuff to help fill the Precious Oldest-shaped void for the summer. So nice of her to think of her mother that way! ;0)

Shelley said...

I'm sorry that Precious Oldest won't be coming home for the summer. Did Precious Youngest leave your house with that much stuff, or did she acquire it over the year? I'm just asking for future reference, because I'm wondering how much extra crap my oldest is going to be bringing when she comes to live with us. In any case, I'm glad you'll have one of them home this summer. That year went by awfully fast, didn't it?

Kaylen said...

So this leads me to believe that my son will never clean his room?? He's 17 and I keep trying to tell him that it's not just me-nobody he lives with in the future will want to put up with his nastiness either.