...of relief, that is. Or bliss.
Heir 2's college is paid for with a scholarship as long as he maintains at least a 3.3 average.
We knew he'd be able to attend with financial aid -- and if worst came to worst, student loans (in his name, of course. We'd be no help to him in that department...).
But I know it was important to him that any monetary help he receives, he receives on merit, not because he's got a sob story or because he was "lucky" enough to be born to parents who screwed up (my words, not his).
He's already in contact with his computer professor and it's a little sad to see his high school days winding down.
And as of the end of April, I'll have no more "children" at home.
Not officially, anyway...