AT least I think so....hee hee Recall my last post, difficult child is in a "mansion" of sorts, but is crying that it is "awful." She wants to move. However, the owner will not give her deposit back right now. He is doing this for two reasons. One, is that he tells her that the deal was that she is to give him one month's notice if she wants to move out and the second is in my humble opinion, he is having his own financial troubles. I do NOT think this man is a "bad" person by any means. Seems to be hard working and genuinely cares/respects difficult child. Wife is good to difficult child...both of them are. Him and his wife feel that difficult child would benefit living there and they are right. by the way, they give her dinner five nights a week....often making her favorite meals. They have rules...she has to be in by a certain time each night and can have NO ONE OVER TO THE HOUSE. difficult child kinda understands it all....and is starting to relent. We sweaten the deal by telling her if she agrees to stay put at least until Sept., we will buy her a small refrigerator and microwave. She jumps on it. However, in retrospect, I don't feel so great about this "deal." Sigh. So, what if we buy her the frig and microwave and what if she attempts to move out mid summer? There is no honor particularly among impulsive difficult children (Don't really trust her...and I don't love the idea of buying her these things based on her word that she will do something...experience tells me this is risky business) Anything to do? I'm thinking "no." The only small thing might be to tell her these items belong to us and then we could sell them if something goes wrong. Ideas? Thoughts? Please keep a good thought that difficult child will figure out a way to "survive" in her multi million dollar mansion + five home-made dinners. Pooooor poor difficult child. LOLOLOL!