I’ve never claimed to be much of a historian and I wouldn’t consider myself very sentimental either (although the older I get the more that changes), so I surprised myself when I saw something on the news the other day that made me cry.
No, it wasn’t a little immigrant child sleeping on a floor and no, it definitely wasn’t the blue in Anderson Cooper’s eyes (although I can see why both would move some to tears), it was an honor flight.
America only thought that jumping off or falling from the fiscal cliff was going to be trouble. The trail our government is walking down, currently, in pursuit of “gun control” could result in a horrendous slide down a treacherous slippery slope.
Riding the wave of emotion left in the wake of the Connecticut school shooting, we only admit now, what we have known for too long. There are mad people in this country who will do bad things, with no regard for the lives of innocent people.
Question: My child is in ninth grade. My husband and I really want her to go to the small private school where we met, but I am not sure we can afford it. I know we are late getting started. What is the best way to borrow for college?
Answer: Few things cost more than unexamined assumptions.
It sounds like you do not have the money to send your child to your alma mater. So I must ask … why are you doing this?
First, the college you and your husband attended no longer exists — you left it back in the ’80s or ’90s when you graduated.