I’m disappointed that Megan failed her class. She’ll probably be upset with me because I’ve now said this “out loud.” Especially since everyone else is giving her a hard time about it. I can still hear daughter number one getting mad at me when I discussed grades with her. “Well, I’m just not as smart as you are.” It’s not about being smart. It’s about working hard and getting your priorities straight. There are those who would say I didn’t have a life because I worked hard to do high school in three years. When I went to college, I was married with 2 children. I was also pregnant with Megan with Megan during my senior year. I went to class on a Thursday evening, Megan was born on Friday and I had to be back in class on Monday to take an exam. If I didn’t go to class I would have gotten a zero for my exam grade. Did I mention I was also working full-time too?
Megan has it made – she’s not working, she only has to go to class – she could be making great grades if she would only apply herself. Instead she makes fun of the smart person in the class – she should have been asking him for help instead of making fun of him.
I’m happy that she has a boyfriend but she needs to get her priorities straight because daddy isn’t going to be supporting her all her life unless she wants to be like her sister.
So Megan will be mad at me too.