As the girls move through their first year in a "real" school (kindergarten), they are learning the letters of the alphabet, along with a handful of other concepts. They continue to bombard us with questions on a range of topics from religion ("Why does God _____?") to sports ("Why are you watching the Patriots?") to family ("Is Grandma G. your mommy, daddy?"). Curiosity is high for all three of them and I love it! I love watching their faces as they ponder the answers Sarah and I provide. It is one of the multiple joys of parenthood!
Trying to explain Sarah's four-day work schedule and my study-unemployment-school-interview schedule is another thing. Emily has been especially curious about how I spend my time when Grammy comes during the day to watch them. I am studying for the CPA exam. They know I am done with grad school, so Emily has been asking me questions about my studying for the exam. If you could only see her cute little face and lips when she asks me a question...her eyes roll upward and she thinks REAL hard!
Emily has asked a lot of the questions I have been asking myself about this exam...like WHY!?
The answer to the WHY question is a long one, but for now let's just say the answer is FOR THE BETTER. Sarah & I hope the long-term outcome will be a better quality of life for the entire family.
In the meantime, the content of the study material, for me, is tough! Most of the stuff is material from undergrad - over 20 years ago!
I am taking the FAR section one week for today. Passing rate is less than 50% for first-timers. I certainly hope I beat the odds!