My easy child has had a wonderful mentor, man that she calls Pops in her life for the last 4 years. They work out together every morning at 4 am and go to church together. He is the father that she never had. He has helped her financially with some of her school things, and her laptop, he provides all of her financial needs. She also works while in school, but its minimal, well today he went and bought my daughter a beautiful new Honda Accord. Bought and piad for it put it in her name and is paying her insurance till she gets out of college. She just completed her junior year. I do not know how to adequately tell someone who does such a thing thank you. He's in his late 60's and has everything, he is a deeply religious man as my daughter is equally religious young woman. I just have no idea how to thank him. What a crazy nice thing to do, a huge blessing. Now that I have shared the happy news, my difficult child is so jealous, she is spiralling out of control. I went to pick her up at her friends and she was seriously crying about her DADDY she passed away April 1st, 2012 from cancer. They were not extremely close but, her life literally does just suck compared to easy child's right now. Today I couldnt even get her to school, she was too tired and wasnt going. I cant really go anywhere out of town right now financial, or healthwise. She see's that her sister is been to Israel, shes' been on many vacations to Florida, Georgia, and now she's going to London next month. I told difficult child she might one day go to those same places or different places whatever she chooses, but it didnt seem to help any. One part of me is so thrilled and wants to enjoy easy child's blessings and then one side of my does hurt for difficult child, because I do know how she feels. I was like her as a teenager and my brother was the one that everything seemed to fall in his lap, not really but thats the way it seemed to me at that time.