another... real life/thing I'm sure quite a few of us can relate to.
Even if you don't babysit. The friends thing.
I have an arrangement with my immediate family I watch their kids (my much younger siblings) and they watch mine. We don't pay each other. However reasons for why the kids are watched are vastly different. Mine are nearly always medical reasons, doctor appointments, hospitalization, stuff like that. And when they watch mine they take me to and from the appointments.
I don't mind watching extra kids, not usually. It does get to me sometimes though. Of course I'll never say no, because it's not a fault on their part that I don't have friends that live nearby, can't drive, etc. And they need breaks from their kids I'm sure.
Just, you know. They're always going out with their friends. Then they complain about it when they are done. Like, I didn't really want to go, it wasn't fun, the food wasn't that good, I went because I was obligated, etc. I'm just thinking, then why do you even go, if you don't want to see your friends but you are so lucky you live nearby them and you can actually see them and spend time with them?
And yes that is words directly from the children, they say things like that. All four of them. They're all in the same age range, 2,3, 5, 11. Oy.
Obviously those aren't my real friends on FB.
Just sort of a rant piece. I'm sure I'll get over it later. Wahh. I whine. I need to be busier. (If I'm not busy I get depressed, that's how my weirdo depression works. Stay still, try to relax, and it just barges right in. If I stay extremely busy, it doesn't have time to take effect. Which is sad, because I would like to take a break someday without feeling bad about it, and as a result, I'm always feeling really tired. XD)
2 years, 10 months ago
11 Jul 2016 00:15 CEST
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