Max turned 18 yesterday.
He bought a lottery ticket this morning. I had to laugh. He's his mother's son.
There just no damn way my youngest child is 18.
Richard and I are kind of scratching our heads, and looking around going "huh?" (well, that seems to be normal for us some times, in our advancing years :) )
He's saving for a shotgun to go hunting with.
How do they grow up so fast? If I think about it too hard, I get weepy.
Two children, both almost adults.
But, they do still leave their socks all over the house. I guess I can take comfort in that, right? There is still job security for me! Yes!
"Every government interference in the economy consists of giving an unearned benefit, extorted by force, to some men at the expense of others." Ayn Rand
Friday, March 28, 2008
Posted by Margo at 10:00 AM