A fellow blogger was inspired to do a "Wednesday day of wisdoms" and I loved the concept. I encourage you to visit CapCity's blog to find out more. I feel a little too goofy to copy so I shall just call it ...Monday Musings. I love theme days...also check out ThrowBack Thursday's on the World According to Cortney Gee and Ray Ray's Sun Times page. Oh and of course..Potluck Friday.
Anyway...my morning has been absolutely fantastic thus far. The only dim spot I've had is the sportscenter reporting on the Cavs game last night.
As I got myself ready to take my son and his fellow scholars to school at 6 am, I had a moment to ponder on responsiblities. More to the point, is there a standard age for increased resposniblities or what should I expect from a 15yr old? Should I even be driving these kids to school, or should they be bussing it like most of the other student in their school. I was perplexed to say the least.
Here's my question that I pose to you. Does making it easier for teenagers mean that we are enabling them or giving them a break before they reach adulthood when the "real" responsiblities kick in?
Anyone care to chime in?