When our youngsters were growing up, I consistently told them to try to stay young as long as they could. Once you turn eighteen, you have a lot more years as an adult than you have to be a child. I truly believe in that statement, because youngsters are not allowed to be youngsters these days. I heard our child telling her sixteen year old the same exact thing the other day. Later she called myself and others and told myself and others that she didn’t really know what else to do. Her child was working for an art scholarship and working thirty hours each week at her task. She was attempting to save money to go on a trip. The people I was with and I were all pitching in to help her with the money, and she was getting it for her birthday, but she didn’t know about that. My child said she wished she had listened to myself and others when I told her to remain young for as long as you could. She was dealing with a sixteen year old, a pre-teen and now being pregnant. She had a great deal of trouble with her heating device and she was frazzled. I wasn’t able to help with the heating, but I knew someone who could, and I made the call. A neighbor of mine installed outdoor wood burning heating devices. She was the perfect one to ask for help with her heating troubles. She told myself and others to meet her at her household in an hour. I showed up in time to keep my child from crying and the eleven year old from running away from the household. The gas furnace had quit running entirely, and everybody was easily irritated. I told her I had an actual specialist in wood burning heating devices and she would be there in ten minutes or so.