It can't be that complicated, can it?

By Chuck Kajer

Back to school time is a complicated process in a family. As a husband and father, I'm often accused - and rightfully so - of not appreciating just how complicated things can be.

For the first time in many years, we only have one student in the family. Josh, at 23, is more than two years past any schooling and lives on his own while Andrew, a recent high school graduate, knows what he wants to study and where, but is taking some time off to earn money before resuming his education. That leaves just Robert, a high school sophomore.

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