Fifteen-year-old Shannon Kelly and her brother used to text back and forth between their bedrooms at night, arguing over who was going to turn the light out.JMO, but GIAR on the texting.
“You turn it out.”
“No, you turn it out.”
When the $200 phone bill arrived at her Bloomington home, she lost her cell phone. She’s hoping to get it back, along with unlimited text messaging, for her 16th birthday this month.
Is there any parent who hasn’t gotten this same bill? And any teen who hasn’t suffered the same fate? And don’t they text each other about it? And do they learn nothing from others mistakes?