Something set me off, not sure what it is, though. :(

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I had a hard time falling asleep last night. Tossed and turned for most of it. Then Adam woke up in early morning, still dark, and decided to go to work. So that made me wake up and basically stay up. I had a hard time falling back asleep. Before I knew it my alarm went off. Grr. So I went to take my shower. Adam's brother is in there. *sigh* So I wait. It's cold in the house since the landlord hasn't turned the heat on yet. He finally gets out. It's muggy in the bathroom from his LOOOONG hot shower. Yick. I am in the shower, almost done when I hear him come in. No knock, nothing. He announces, "Don't come out." I was too tired to yell at him out loud, as that requires speech. lol. So I shout in my head, "You're telling ME not to come out! Mother fucker, you get the fuck outta here! Don't even fucking knock and you're telling ME not to get out!!" AND he didn't tell me when he left the room. So I stood there for a moment listening. Nothing. I turned the shower off and called his name. Nothing. Asshole. Wasted a minute of my time. Every minute in my morning routine is crutial. So because of that I didn't have time to dry my hair. GRR! So, needless to say, I am in a very fragile mood today. I have that, "I'm ready to ball my eyes out," feeling. I don't want to gome home and I don't want to be at work. I think I want to just go to the forest preserve and curl up in a blanket and sit next to the creek.

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Heres a thought. Lock the ...

Heres a thought. Lock the damn door when you go in to do your business, then no one can come in. Also, obviously no one has taught that guy manners and respect for others privacy. But if the door was locked......

I keep the door unlocked ...

I keep the door unlocked because his mom has kidney problems. Basically one working kidney and that one doesn't like to work properly. So in case she needs to use the potty right away, I keep it unlocked. He's just an asshole.

It sounds like it...What ...

It sounds like it...What is it now though? 24 days to moving day????

25 days, and counting.

25 days, and counting.

Sorry that you have to go ...

Sorry that you have to go through this! I hope it gets better! Just remember that 25 days will go by very quickly!

Ditto. I can't wait. ...

Ditto. I can't wait.

Just one problem....should his mom be home when we are packing up our stuff or out of the house? I REALLY don't want to be packing and hear her bawling the whole time. It will make me want to kill a goat! Otherwise, we do it while she's not home and she get's the shocker of an empty room when she returns home. See, this is why I need to leave! ANYTIME something happens my first thought is, "Great, now I have to hear her cry about it for an hour!" or "I don't want to go home and hear her complain about being sicker than a dog or how her back hurts!!" Am I hateful for thinking like that?

Adam had mentioned to me months ago about how his sister needs, "Major shoulder surgery." My first comment was, "Best not to say "major surgery" to your mother. She'll break down and startc crying." He got a tad annoyed that I said that rather than something consoling. Though, I'm not one to get all fussy over a surgery. My dad had kidney cancer and had a kidney removed just before I graduated high school and I really don't recall freaking out that he had cancer.

"If you wait until she ...

"If you wait until she isn’t there will she say you ’snuck’ out?"
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Probably. I never even thought of that.

"I would already be packing if I were in your situation. Bad thing is it sounds like if she knew you were already packing she would start her crying."
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I know! It sucks. I want to get SOME things packed up but if she sees me (or notices by books missing from the shelf) I don't want to set her off. She is so mentally weak, it's beyond frustrating for everyone else.

"If she complains she is sick will Adam fall for it and want to post-phone moving? "
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No. He is just as excited about it as me and has mentioned on numerous occasions about how he can't wait. He started counting last night, the number of days left. He knows how is mother acts. While she is genuinly upset, she crys ALL the time over ANYTHING. Besides, our lease begins Nov. 1st. We need to have the money by then for the deposit. There's almost no turning back at this point, and he isn't going to ruin the one chance he has to finally move out, just so he can "comfort" his mom.

<p>"I think I want to just ...

"I think I want to just go to the forest preserve and curl up in a blanket and sit next to the creek."
LOL!!

aww poor baby, BUT don't think about it!

and GAH, his mom needs to grow up and stop being a crybaby!

<p>I don't know Adams ...

I don't know Adams mother, and I don't mean to sound like I am talking bad about her, but has she actually been diagnosed in some way to being mentally weak or is she a manipulative woman that acts that way to get what she wants and not have to do anything? I mean do you know for a fact that she has mental issues? Because people can play you if you believe them.
Has Adam mentioned that you two are moving out? Given her heads up at all? If not, he needs to be saying something to her like, you will have 2 less in here to occupy the bathroom or you'll have more room once we move out at the end of this month. I would just start packing instead of waiting.

She has been diagnosed ...

She has been diagnosed with depression and has panic attacks. Takes pills for both but she always seems to have a fragile mental state. ANYTHING sets her off crying and she freaks out over any little injury on anyone. She will start crying like someone just died, or something.

Yes, he told her MUCH sooner than I wanted him to, but she knows. I actually got her crying about it last week. The cable bill came in and I told her that it would be the last one I would be paying. You know, just a heads up that I am no longer going to be paying it. She seemed fine at the moment but I heard her crying later. I asked her what was wrong. She replied, "oh, you know me." I find out later from Adam that she was upset about us leaving. Ugh!

I don't usually get sucked into her tears. I'll give her a hug or something, but usually play it off by telling her a joke just to get her mind off of it. She fell off the bed a few weeks ago and cut open her arm. I never heard a grown person cry like she did. I swear, she sounded like a 6 year old that just fell off their bike. I just said to myself, "Oh, grow up and suck it up like the rest of us." She's a sweet woman, but she is WAY too emotional for me to be around as often as I am.

Well, thats too bad then ...

Well, thats too bad then that she has those problems. Perhaps it is good though that you two will be out on your own.

We also think it will be ...

We also think it will be good for her, too. While she is upset that we're leaving, it makes visiting all that much better. I don't talk to her often because I can't stand to see her since I see her every freaking day. So when we (or she) come to visit, we would hang out together rather than me retreating right to my room for the evening. Quality time, not quantity time. Not to mention her grandson. He has been there for 3 weeks straight! I swear! That boy is driving me nuts. He is a screamer. So he squeels in that high pitched childs voice that can make a dog commit suicide.

Actually, she isn't the ...

Actually, she isn't the baby. She is more of the younger middle kid. She has a younger sister. And about 4 brothers or so. I don't remember. I don't see them. Her side of the family is a bit, um, they're low-lifes. She came out to be the most normal.

and trust me, once you're ...

and trust me, once you're gone, you'll wonder how you ever lived there for so long before! it'll be a quick distant memory.

I am in a MUCH better mood ...

I am in a MUCH better mood today. But I have to do laundry today. GRR. And now his mom has the stomach flu so I probably have to pick up dinner, too. Double GRR.

and don't forget the lysol ...

and don't forget the lysol spray to disinfect the apartment, so you don't get sick too. I spray down door knobs, toilet seats, beds, etc. and open a window some to let in some fresh air.

The bathroom window is ...

The bathroom window is open most of the time. So that's taken care of. But I would love to go around and dissinfect everything. Not sure if I will have time, though. It would be nice if someone else would think to do something. *sigh* 24 days left.

Oh wouldn't that be nice, ...

Oh wouldn't that be nice, but I was just suggesting spraying some lysol around, even that would help, just for yourself even, so you don't catch her bug. Just think, when you move, you won't have to pick up after anyone but yourself and Adam. But teach Adam that he has to pick up after you as well.

He picks up after me now. ...

He picks up after me now. So at least I don't have to "train" him in that. We take care of each other pretty well. :-)

thats good , thats called ...

thats good , thats called respect for each other