I'm getting caught up on your last couple of posts and just about started to cry seeing the photos! That is so amazing that they met their goal and it is such a perfect representation of the "lengths" we will go to as parents for the sake of our children. :-)VanessaP.S. I'm thinking if your hubby complains about your navigation skills you can just tell him to get his thumb ready to "hitch" his way home! LOL!
He is just PMS-ing. Male menopause. Let it go...heehee!!
Hahahah! That, My Dear, is a question for the ages!!! Hey . . . Why did Moses wander in the desert for 40years??? Answer . . . . ((wait . . . wait)) He wouldn't stop and ask for directions!!! Safe travels!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo
tell him his days of all men and a crew chief are over, you've been navigating his life for 26 years now and haven't steered him wrong yet so what's the problem? Be firm but nice. He's been feral for over a week. Back to domestication. Maybe a little more sleep for both would be helpful too? And NOT in a WalMart parking lot!
i'd pull over and hand him his bike.which may be why my husband & i take separate cars often...