My daughter is earning her college degree. Which is a peculiar phrase because really sheâ€™s paying for the degree. Which is another peculiar phrase because most young adults fresh out of high school donâ€™t have $80,000 or more to pay for a four-year degree. So I guess the actual phrase is more like sheâ€™s promising to pay for the degree. In the meantime that leaves us with a question. Iâ€™ve started a journal in which I hope to answer this ultimate question: How am I going to pay for this?
If you weren’t already aware of it, go watch Phineas & Ferb. I highly recommend it.
Here’s the intro, which sums up the show better than I can:
It’s smart, funny, witty, subversive (but not in a crass or mean-spirited way) and speaks to my inner geek. It also has great musical numbers:
Yesterday was the last day of school for my children; Today their summer vacation begins. Summer is a great time to be a kid and you shouldn’t waste any of it.
I know what Iâ€™m gonna do today.