It is going to be an exciting weekend.
Your oldest daughter will be competing with her college gymnastics team and you and your husband are making the long drive down south to the meet. For this trip, however, so many relatives are joining you that you have decided that you will need to take two cars. Two adult nephews, one adult niece, one sister, and perhaps even a brother in law will be part of the 12 hour long car drive from Nebraska to Louisiana.
As the plans fell into place, you were disappointed that your younger daughter would not be in on the fun. The fact that your younger daughter is a sophomore in high school means that she is facing a busy schedule of chemistry, world history, and statistics, and she simply cannot afford to miss the two days of school that the drive requires. F