My son doesn't want me to go to see Uni with him.


    (Original post by markova21)
    I don't understand what you mean. He won't be going to an Open Day . It's over. He missed it. We will only be able to look around outside the uni. We won't be allowed to just wander around anywhere we want. Ulster is the ONLY uni he is intending on applying to. His course has a 93 percent acceptance rate. Which means that unless he ****s up completely it's where he'll be going to live and study in September. As his mother I just thought it would be kind of nice to see where he will probably be living. Is that so bad?
    What did you think was unclear about my post?

    As for the moving logistics just hire a car or a van for a day.

    You seem to be making this out to be some great drama when it really shouldn't be.
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