M has been reading Julius Caesar in class, and she has a test on Acts I, II & III tomorrow. She's been ranting for days about how Caesar should have listened to his wife, Calpurnia, when she warned him that she had a dream that he'd be killed on the Ides of March.
Tonight, she and a friend are studying via instant message.
M just informed me that "the moral of Julius Caesar is 'always listen to your woman'."
Gosh, I love teens.