She had made the decision to move in with the girls and they counted on her to stay there and pay rent for at least a year
Our daughter thought that since she was in college, she should not be living with her parents anymore. I kind of shrugged and simply said okay. I felt that if she really wanted to move out, then I was going to allow her to move out. She found a notice on the bulletin board where three girls were looking for a roommate. She answered the notice and they agreed to let her join them. When she saw the apartment, she wasn’t so sure she had made the right decision. There were two bedrooms, and only one bathroom between the four of them. There was one thermostat in each bedroom and a thermostat for the rest of the apartment. She looked a bit taken aback, but she agreed to move in. It didn’t take a month until the weather changed and she was ready to come home. In order to get enough heat to keep the apartment warm, they had to have the thermostat set at eighty. They had to carry their books and laundry up four floors. She said she wanted to come home, but I told her no. She had made the decision to move in with the girls and they counted on her to stay there and pay rent for at least a year. She told us how horrible the heating was and how she had t5o share a room with a girl who snored and didn’t let her turn the thermostat down. I found it funny to hear her complain, and I almost agreed to let her come home, but she had signed the lease.