The Idiot’s Guide To Everyday Life

Funny how things change
24.Jul.06, 13:44 pm
Filed under: Friends & Fam, Funny Shit, Rants, Tidbits About My Life

Last night Dale and I were curled up in bed snuggling and talking, and the cat was going nuts in the hallway, running into things. He looked over and said, “That cat is on crack.” I joked with him and said, “But Honey, I told you not to leave your stash out where she could get into it. Maybe you should take it over there and share some of it with your mother.” He said, “That might be a good idea, maybe it would mellow her out a little bit. I’ll have to try that.”


I love Dale. We have our moments where we want to strangle each other, and we’ve fought a lot lately, but we always come back to each other and make up for things, because when it comes down to it, we love each other, and always will. He’s finally gotten to the breaking point with his psycho mother. He’s seen her for who she really is- neurotic, controlling, and in serious need of hormones, or drugs or something.

She’s pushed away her stepsons, and now, her own son has come to that point too. He told me last night the blog thing was probably his fault because he’d mentioned it to her about 3 weeks ago when I had just gotten back from Dallas and we’d really been fighting a lot. It took her 3 weeks to get online and read it? And she never looked at our wedding site when we were still planning it, what in the hell would make her need to check it out NOW, 2 weeks after we cancelled it?? Nothing but nosiness. Gotta love people with nothing better to do.

This morning I asked him if he wanted to talk to her about her BS and he said, “No, let’s just let her stew for a while. I don’t want to talk to her.” Funny. Her crap didn’t tear us apart, it made us stronger, because it showed him what he would be staying here for.

When you are on the outside looking in, you see things way more clearly. It took him being out of her house for almost 3 years to see her for what she is. I’m glad he has stopped taking her crap. Maybe now we can move on with life together.


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