Saturday, December 26, 2009

Much to my surprise...

Well, I'm a bit relieved. I guess its mostly because I didn't hear "THEM" after dinner was over and I made my escape to my room.

"SHE" made a comment that the girls were acting so silly and that one day they'd think back and realize just how silly they were. Implying they would regret it or that's how "SHE" was making it sound. I promptly told "HER" hey, they are kids they are supposed to be silly sometimes.

For the remainder of dinner, I realized "SHE" kept "HER" back to me the entire time. "SHE" turned in "HER" chair in such a way that "SHE" kept her back to me so "SHE" could watch TV. LMAO!

"SHE" left with out so much as a good bye, and that's fine by me. I'm just glad the day is over. I'll be glad when this year is over, too.

1 comment:

  1. You know, the holidays are supposed to be such a joyful, wonderful time, but for most of the parents I know, it's really stressful. Your having to deal with HIM is not the way I think you'd choose to spend that time. You've got a lot on your hands. It also sounds like you've now got very sad memories of losing your father connected to the time of year as well.

    I hope that, eventually,you will have more positive and loving emotional connections to the season, and can build memories and family rituals to make your own.

    I'm sorry you had such a hard time...