Tuesday, June 08, 2010

A Day Without Blogger is LIke...

well, probably like a day you were spared from listening to me whine and whine. The first part of the day started out well. My trip with John and his girlfriend to the doctor went very very well. We had a nice time, found out that the baby is not a girl, and also, most importantly, found out that he is very healthy and there are no complications with the pregnancy or the baby. I got to be there for part of the ultrasound and saw him open and close his eyes, open and close his mouth, and could literally see every bone in his tiny little feet. He is due on October 21 and it will be nice to meet him.

I arrived home to find that one of our adult sons was back in jail for driving without a license. They only kept him overnight and then let him go without bail or anything. He says this time he will stop driving it. SIgh. I love FASD. :-> (the emoticon for sarcasm).

After this news I was given a very hateful lecture about my worth by my youngest daughter who is usually the sunshine of my day. She was upset about something else and of course, I'm the target. But when she gets stuck it takes a while to get her out of that mode and it is an exhausting process. Dominyk determined that I was a horrible mother and told me about it over and over again, and Wilson was even mad because I wouldn't go pick up a friend at 9:30 p.m. to come spend the night. By the time I went to bed I felt like pretty much everyone in the world was unhappy with me.

I keep making careless mistakes because my life is over run with too many details. I am getting very annoyed with myself and am finding it hard to live with myself. I'm hoping today I will be able to organize myself so I can start the summer off on the right foot, so to speak.

Hope everyone else survived their day without blogger.....

2 comments:

r. said...

Just want to nudge you and remind you to take care of yourself. Your kids need a mom who's alive more than anything!

Kat said...

Just want to tell you that my 19yo son and his 15yo gf are expecting their son on 10/21 as well...

too many parallels in our lives!

Kathleen B (Who is very glad that so far my adopted children have technically and legally reached adulthood before procreating)