OK, Truthful Tuesdays....once again, we are gathered here to expunge our psyche's of all of this unnecessary bullshit that we've been
carrying with us in tortured silence and not so silent misery.No
judgment, no ramifications, just support and love from those of us who
are exactly where you are....the brink of insanity, the end of our
rope, a not so high ledge. No matter the circumstances, we are with
you. Today, I'd like to confess that I wish my 4 year old, who has just
learned to whistle, would stop whistling! It is incessant and
relentless!I actually have started to hear it, even when she isn't
doing it. I have developed a raging case of phantom whistling.I, also, wish that my 2 year old would stop asking me, "Why?" about
absolutely everything!!!Argh!!!I do mean everything! Example: "Gabs,
please put on your shoes" Gabs:"Why?" Me: "Because we need to go
somewhere." Gabs:"Why?" Me: "Because we have an appointment." Gabs:
"Why?" Me: "Because I said so!" (oh yeah, I have become 'that' Mother)
Gabs: "Why?" Oye vey, this kids gonna break me!And I am peeved that, though I know we are fortunate, I hate the idea
of my husband being "out of town" for 3/4 of the week for his new job.
I can't tell him or anyone else because I would seem like an unselfish
wretch...but I can tell you girls anything! Happy Tuesday!

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