I got sick on Friday and was trying to sleep. I woke up this way. I felt bad on Thursday and didn't finish my nil appt. I mean I got all the way there and then left. I felt really bad to because I love my nail lady. I think I've said how much I like my nail lady but I'm getting off the topic.
Since I was feeling bad when I woke up I knew that I was just going to take Savie to school and then come home to sleep. I should have known that that was not going to be possible. I came home and decided that since i was home alone I would watch some of my movies alone. I had my laptop turned off, and my movies in, took a couple of cold pills and then laid down. I was ready to enjoy the movie and the quiet. and then. she called. Why you ask? Why did I answer the phone? Because I was hoping that she would realize that I was sick and needed to sleep and wasn't in the mood for a long, long, long, talk on the phone about what her dogs are doing and the cat is climbing up the wall, and the lamb is baa-ing to be let in, etc. I should have just let it go.
She calls everyday for nothing. To talk. I have other things that I need to do during the day. I'm sure that it's great and everything that she can talk while she cleans the yard, does a load of laundry but I would like to be able to do that stuff and talk to my daughter at the same time, not be on the phone with er. I don't care about the dang dog barking at some guy walking by, or that the cat is pregnant again, or that the guy she got the truck from is being weird. I don't know what any of that has to do with me. i have a life it's kinda sad that she doesn't. Instead of being able to sleep for at least 2 hours I spent 45 minutes on the phone with her and then tried to sleep.
Every day is like this. how many different ways can you possible be nice about not wanting to talk to someone? I work every morning so most of the time I don't answer my phone unless it's hubby. I don't want to be pulled away from the kids when I'm there. But I will have to find a way to stop this calling every couple of hours a day just to talk.