Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-07 01:28:52
ID: 57117
In response to a confession. Dont put her down, one of the kids may have been teasing her, or as you said touche her sore hip.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-07 01:03:49
ID: 57113
In response to a confession. This is why I don't have people over to my house, either. My house has very dated decor and we can't afford to totally re-do it. I don't have a very good sense of style and I don't feel like my house looks like it's good for entertaining. I'm pretty sure that if people came over, they'd gossip about my house behind my back. My family comes over and they just tell me to my face how ugly and old my house is. I guess at least they're honest.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-07 00:26:52
ID: 57111
I feel sick. My 8 yo dog, who is always super chilled out, totally freaked out when my family came today--we recently moved and there were about 10 new people in our house including my nieces and nephew. All of the kids were crowding around her while she was laying on the floor and she nipped my niece on the arm. It didn't break the skin and she was fine after we put an ice pack on it, but it's going to bruise and now I am really wondering about her temperament. I'm thinking it was just a weird fluke because she really was stressed and I kind of wonder if one of the kids accidentally hit her sore hips. I don't want to put her down. I will have to make sure she is always kept away from people, I guess.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-06 22:11:38
ID: 57108
I don't know what my problem is. I think I need therapy.... again. My sister and I are very close and consider one another best friends, but I'm secretly jealous of her and her lifestyle. Sometimes I find myself pissed off and angry inside thinking about how different our lives are, but I would never tell her or show it because I realize it's ridiculous, stupid and my problem. And I'd never want to say or do anything to ruin our relationship. She's happily married and is very close with all her kids and all of her grandbabies. And she doesn't have to work and hasn't in years. I, on the otherhand, am divorced, have one kid (that I see occasionally and am very thankful we're close), but I feel like I'm either always working or home alone. I have plenty of girlfriends and hobbies, but find myself fighting these feelings of jealousy and depression. Just venting.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2018-10-06 14:09:44
ID: 57102
In response to a confession. Hmmm, so only people that never leave the house and can be at the dog's beck and call should have a pet? I have a job and a life that I cannot always take her with me, so sometimes she goes to camp while I go out of town. What's wrong with that?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-06 05:46:50
ID: 57080
In response to a confession. My thing is cards. I see pretty cards, and I buy them. Or I'll think, "I have three birthdays next month, better get the cards now." But I'm so overloaded with my life that I rarely send them. I've found Christmas cards during spring cleaning. In Sept I found the Mother's Day cards I'd left in the glove box of dh's car. A few weeks ago I found the card I bought for dh for our anniversary in August. And last week I found a stack of sympathy cards. I couldn't remember who these all were for, let alone who had even passed away recently. I know I suck so bad. I wasn't always like this - I always loved sending cards and would do it up with colored pens, stickers, calligraphy, wax seals and beautiful, personalized address labels. But the last 10 years I've slipped. That's depression, I guess. Maybe someone will use these cards...someday...
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-06 05:45:02
ID: 57088
People who have pets and use pet sitters/dog walkers should not have pets to begin with.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-06 05:43:49
ID: 57090
I've always loved Christmas, but over the past few years, my siblings have just ruined any joy I get out of gift giving. Their kids are totally ungrateful, my siblings talk shit about whatever I buy for them, and then they talk shit about what I give in my family's gift game. It never fails. I've always tried to give thoughtful, nice gifts, but according to them, it's always bad. It doesn't matter if it's gift cards, alcohol, an appliance, etc. Once my parents are gone, I'm so done with these people.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-05 11:20:42
ID: 57082
I once had an friend show up at my house unannounced. She said my house was a mess and I needed a maid. I asked her if she was volunteering for the job seeing as I work 6 days a week and she is unemployed
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-05 03:21:13
ID: 57077
I love to give gifts, and gift wrapping is part of the fun for me. Whenever I see beautiful wrapping paper or bags, I grab a few and put them in my stash. The sad thing is, aside from family members, I have exactly only 1 person I give gifts to. So, when I die, whoever goes through my house is going to wonder why I have enough wrapping supplies for the rest of my lifetime. I’m pretty good at wrapping, I think. Kids’ friends ooh and aah and beeline for the gift I wrapped first, at parties and such.
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