The phone had been out for about three days - they turn the phones on half service here when it's time to pay the bill, recieving calls only. Mustafa finally went to pay the bill today.
The kids begin final exams tomorrow. I have warned them that if they don't pass on the first sitting of the exams that they will not be allowed to try the second sitting. Either they pass the first time or they will have to repeat the year. They think I'm not serious, but I am.
I am also not going to nag them about studying either. They are old enough to take responsibilities for themselves. They may need to repeat the year to figure it out.
Sigh . . . I will be glad when exams are finally over.
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