Ahh Christmas. The time of Christmas letters. It was great to hear again how well you and Kev are getting on. So glad the girls are enjoying being homeschooled. Jr High already? Wow. Honestly though, the tidbit from each one of them, about your miscarriage in February......I mean from all 3 of your family members? In the same letter? I mean, it wasn't even that long of a letter? Personal much??!!?? But congrats on your new pregnancy...hope that goes Really Well......cuz if it doesn't I am not sure we can handle another letter like that next year.
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Did you not realize that your life might change when you got caught cheating on your spouse not once, not twice but for the THIRD time?! You were caught and then tried to wiggle your way out of it. You have talked poorly about the man who once loved you in front of the kids...no, you have talked downright MEAN about him in front of the kids. You have bit him, beaten him with hairbrushes and cell phones. And all along, it was YOU that did not keep your legs closed to other men.
I am not sure what you are thinking if you think you deserve special consideration around the holidays. The opposite of what took place last year will happen this year. NO, the kids won't be with you every Christmas morning. Every other year they will be with their Father. A man who once cherished you and the love he had for you. But YOU, yes YOU..were the one that chose to throw it away when you slept with another man. NOT him. You can threaten to call the police if you don't hear from them as often as you want to on his time. His time is exactly that: HIS TIME. You don't need to call and ask them how they slept or what they did today. You can ask them that on YOUR time.
Karma is a bitch..what goes around, comes around. One day, the kids will know which parent did right by them. One day, your kids may end up not liking you very much. And you will have no one else to blame but YOURSELF. I really wonder how you sleep each night, knowing what you are doing is wrong. Unless, that is, that for some sick reason you actually believe it is okay to behave the way you.
Because it isn't okay. It just isn't.
IT IS NOT OKAY.
Posted by Secretspineless at 8:24 PM
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
|I'm a returning student which means I am older than everyone else in my classes and I have two jobs and a family to take care of on top of school work. So this week I only have 3 finalized printed portfolios due, plus have to shoot 6 new things for yet another portfolio that all have to have very complex photoshop manipulations done on them, a final exam, three outdoor photo shoots scheduled over two days and surprise surprise its going to rain and I cant reschedule b/c they are for Christmas and I apparently live in a vacuum of nice looking readily available indoor locations, a 40 page paper and 15 page excel financial spreadsheet for a teacher I absolutely cannot stand, and I have to find an internship and it's really not going very well. I have approximately 18,000 Christmas gifts to buy and zero money to buy them with. My job sucks, and pays next to nothing. Not to mention I'm kind of in the middle of a huge personal problem that I can't talk to anyone about b/c, well, they would know about it. Stress through the roof. And for the love of all that is good and holy if this fool does not stop walking around my office whistling the first 3 bars of Holly Jolly Christmas over and over I am going to remove his lips with my staple remover. Head explosion in 3...2...1... I'm going to go sit in the corner and cry for a few minutes now. |
Posted by Secretspineless at 10:16 AM
Sunday, December 5, 2010
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
why is it that when it comes to children, sometimes parents are completely clueless? isn't there a basic maternal/paternal instinct that kicks in as humans? can bitterness and dare I say, hatred, consume someone so much that it clouds their own judgement for what is best for their children? does common courtesy go out the door when it comes to being, say... courteous? it isn't towards a stranger in the store that you hope you may never see again...but rather to someone you are going to have contact with consistently for the next say, 15 years?
what are the unwritten rules for an ex contacting you at all hours of the day and night...for no other reasons than the following: "I need to ask the kids something." "Please have the kids call me to say goodnight." "Are the kids okay?" "(X child) was up coughing last night'" "FYI..I was up again last night because X child was coughing again." "Did you get my voicemail?" "Did you read my last text?"
seriously...when you send a text, do you text again within a short amount of time, ASKING if the text was read?! if the text or voicemail do not warrant a reply, then no reply is needed. if the text or phone call is not an emergency, can't the information wait until a decent time of day...say NOT at 5 something in the morning? or 12 something at night? I believe both parents need to know what is happening when one of the kids isn't well. but unless it is an emergency, there should be some common decent courtesy. that would be like if the kids were with one parent, one of them throws up in the middle of the night and a text or call was made..."hey, FYI, child X just puked." aaand?..... something like this cannot wait until the morning? and a decent time in the morning?
what are some unwritten rules any of you follow? what works for you?
Posted by Secretspineless at 10:00 AM