My daughter is a sophomore in high school this year. I don't have to ask how that happened (her growing up so fast) because I've already seen it with her brothers. One blink... or so they say, and that's true. She's not a big fan of school these days, but she is smart and very social too, so I think she'll be fine. :)
It rained and stormed all last night. I don't mind the rain, but I got a call at midnight to go pick hubby up from his last Fantasy Football draft (he always joins more than one). It was pouring so hard I told him he'd have to wait. Finally at 1 am it lightened up enough for me to go out, but driving in bad weather always gets to me. And it reminded me of winter driving (you know, being extra alert and a little nervous at the wheel). They say it's going to be a harsh winter again this year. I hope 'they' are wrong because boy, I hate driving in the snow/ice/cold.
Speaking of winter (gah, why would I do that??!), it's about time to get snow tires on my car. I wish someone would come up with a year round tire...one great for winter cold and traction but not prone to wearing out in the warmer months. Wah, wah, I know. ;)
Last thing, and if there are any a/c experts out there, feel free to chip in advice: Hubby turned on the central air yesterday when he got home from work. He flipped it to auto like we always do and it wouldn't come on. -_- The fan works fine, but not the auto setting. My big concern is the heat. That's how we run the central heat too, and with that winter I just mentioned too-fast approaching... well, you don't want to be without heat in the middle of winter in the state of Michigan. I also don't want a big a/c fix-it bill. *sigh* If I had to pick one thing to go, the central unit would not be it.
Last weekend here before school. Happy Sunday to ya', and happy long weekend. I fully intend to enjoy mine, and I hope you do too. :)