Is it terrible to say that I'm not looking forward to it? He's grown so much since the beginning of the school year that he's really outgrown almost everything that he has. I have to start buying him things in the mens department. I told him this morning that I think I have a general idea what size waist any new pants need to be, but I would like him to try on a pair so that when we find ones that fit nice and are comfortable for him we can get him a couple of pairs. "No," he says. "I don't try things on. If they don't fit you'll just have to take them back." Really, I love the idea that I'm his slave. easy child is receiving communion this Saturday and I have a laundry list that is three pages long of things I need to do to get ready for this party. I do not have time to be running back and forth to the store to return the things that he won't try on while we're already there and I am devoting the time to him and him alone. Okay. Rant over. You can all go back to your regularly scheduled knitting.