Landon is leaving his first apartment of the past 6 months....the scary one by the Gateway with Homeless people, drug dealers and indigents... and moving over to the west side of Capitol Hill with his friend Josh.
This is a big step for Landon and Josh....... and it's a big step for me.
Landon and Josh are making this apartment their home.
Landon is 21.
Landon can do what he wants.
Landon pretty much does what he wants.
I love this son of mine.
He is a joy to talk to and be with. He is fun and funny.
Landon needs a better paying job.
Landon needs to finish his CNA test to be able to work nursing part time.
Landon needs to get a car.
Landon needs to get back into College.
Why do I know what Landon needs, yet his is not my life to lead?
It's interesting and hard to have children grow up.
Free Agency stinks some times.
I have two adult sons, yet I still want to be in charge of them, telling them what to do and bailing them out, even though I know I shouldn't be doing that anymore.
It's strange to move to this new level of parenting.
I really wanted to push these birds out of my nest; I looked forward to it.
But it's challenging when I see them fall and not fly.
I hope this apartment life change is one that will allow Landon to fly.
I want him to find his way in this world and be happy.
I love this little bird