Surviving at UCLA

Imma’s maternal instinct left her ridden with guilt over the idea that her offspring were left to fend for themselves with nothing more than a few magnetic cards in the all-inclusive resort where we left them two months earlier. So we packed the car full of goods and drove down to check on them. They were happily settled in and even invited us to meals in the cafeterias so we could see for ourselves that they had not degraded as far from what they had been used to at home as Imma imagined.

Just for giggles