Why does she have to go to Ann Arbor? My daughter, Sam, kept saying how exhausted she was and how she needed to sleep and study her lines and do laundry and a thousand other things before she returned to college on Sunday. I don’t want Sam to drive to Ann Arbor with her friends. It isn't that I don't think Sam is a responsible driver. In fact, she started driving to Toledo Ballet several times a week when she was still in high school. She also drove herself to voice lessons in Point Place. One summer, when she performed at the Croswell Opera House, she drove back and forth to Adrian. Sam has driven lots of miles in lots of different kinds of weather conditions. I worried before but now the thought of her driving to the University of Michigan to visit friends for her last weekend of spring break has me scared. Ever since the three Bowling Green State University students were killed last Friday, I don’t want her driving anywhere. On the first day of spring break, two carloads of female students were driving to Detroit Metro Airport to catch a plane for vacation and a wrong way driver slammed into one of the cars and killed three young women. Two other girls remain in critical condition. I keep thinking about the unimaginable pain the families must be experiencing. I keep thinking. Thinking and worrying.