By far the biggest benefit the students who lived there always mentioned was the daily maid service.
They probably had the cleanest “dorm rooms” on campus. Once as the result of not being able to find a decent apartment after he and his girlfriend broke up.
I don’t dare imagine wht the wife would say if I seriously ran this past her ;) But mark my words, I WILL find a way to do this one day! No, not a girl or a dog, my 46″ LCD flat screen ;) Reply At the end of 8th grade when i was 14 I was living in China.
My son was removed when he was 14 because “I wanted to be his friend and not his mother” Anyone with a teen knows that’s when they want to act out; first his thing was I wasn’t working so I couldn’t support him (was temp disabled)so I went back to work; then it was I was working and couldn’t watch him.
Finally he was removed when he was told he had 3 months to get his grades up (he would go to school and air and flirt with girls and do no schoolwork in class).
Imagine my horror when he was passed anyway with D’s and F’s!! Sorry for the rant just saying I’d always been told you had to do something bad to have a child removed; NOT TRUE! Reply When I was in college, our school had a habit of over-accepting for the new freshman class and would run out of dorms.
So he learns there are no consequences for not doing anything. Reply It is not true that most people living in hotels are drug addicts. Ive noticed alot of senior citizens living in older hotel motels….course they do do drugs. So for the first 3-4 months of the school year, we used 75% of the Holiday Inn across the street as overflow student housing.
I literally thought this post would take me like 5 minutes, haha… And at the very least come out with a fun experience. If you do you HAVE TO promise to tell me so I can live vicariously through you for the time being :) Or I might just go live on a house boat, haha… UPDATE: Check out this post from my friend who lives in a hotel full-time! It sounds good for someone with $2,200 a month in mortgage payments.