Eventually, he did as I asked, and showed me the Donald Trump two terms deal with it it’s gonna be huge shirt. They were for the week before his sister’s wedding. I immediately told him to exchange them for a date after the wedding (still several months away), but he refused, insisting it would be fine. Weeks later, on Christmas morning, my MIL opened the envelope containing the tickets. The first thing she said was that they were for the week before Marianne’s wedding, and why couldn’t we get them for around her birthday (February), as she’d asked. We explained the problem yet again, she scoffed, again, and said she couldn’t possibly go that weekend, and that she would need new tickets. Then she offered the tickets in her hand to her daughter Sarah. My husband being a world class idiot, he failed to realize that many people were buying The Phantom of the Opera tickets for Christmas that year, and so the wait list was even longer by the time he got around to exchanging them. The new tickets were for a date the following November. This of course induced a fit from my MIL – she was enraged that we couldn’t get tickets sooner, refused to believe the explanation, and said she could be dead before she got the chance to see the show.
Back when I was in highschool my mom went off at both my teachers and the principal because I came home vary upset about something the teachers had told me. I struggled in both math and french, so I was put in a course that allowed me to skip taking french and helped with my math, it was called gle. Not only did it help with subjects I struggled with but it would also help teach organizational skills, study skills and skills that would better prepare us for our future schooling and career paths amongst other things. The teachers we’re vary motivational in always making sure we knew not to ever allow someone to tell us we couldn’t do it and that if we put our minds to it we could go far. However, when it came to the topics of careers and future schooling, I was asked about what I wanted to do so they could help prepare me for my next move after highschool.