I had a dream the other night.
I dreamt the world was a happy place. No phone calls from long lost friends inquiring about your level of happiness--no worried looks from relatives.
Is there such a place?
We have all learned--at least by our mid twenties--that the world offers constant challenges.
Suck it up and deal with it.
After the last exam on Tuesday evening, the city-girl daughter and I tried our hand at Scrabble.
We're dong much better these days with our wordpower. See the word SEVERE??
She was curious about how we would fare after yet another semester of college.
I wish I had finished school in my twenties. I know now what a difference it would have made in the last 30 years of my life. I am thankful to have finshed at whatever age--but still have this nagging thought in the back of my mind about how it would have altered things.
But still, an accomplishment is an accomplishemnt--and I am thankful for those who realize the effort involved. Thank you for so very much--Momo and Pop.
I spoke to an old friend the other day who told me how proud her children were when she graduated--and how her husband had tears of happiness for her...
I can only imagine how wonderful that must have been for her.
I am graduating Thursday--and then I must test for the Cisco certification (CCNA), Cheeer me on folks. I really need the encouragement. My oldest--the city-girl daughter-just doesn't understand why I am not more confident.
I guess I am just tired...