The instant text, picture and video messages have become part of some teens' courtship behavior, police and school officials said.
"You name it, they will do it at their home under this perceived anonymity."Westerville Central High School senior Jerome Ray said he's received such unsolicited messages, including one from a classmate while he was sitting with his girlfriend. "Some girls are crazy and they are putting themselves out there."Candice Kelsey, a teacher from California, said some teenage girls think they have to be provocative to get boys' attention. Jewish kids are doing it."Male teens are also doing it.
The scarf is the challenge, but that's why I already started it. The lace scarf/shawl is halfway done, so I'll keep working on it.
The next things to start will be the gloves for nephew and sis-in-law.
In my knitting, I seem to hit a kind of critical mass when I have many projects going or planned.
My head starts buzzing and I get a little hyper thinking about all the projects.
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I was mildly argumentative, like when I questioned his statement that reason "millennials" were spoiled and peevish is that they weren't beaten as children.