Ha, about 22 people now.That queue just keeps getting longer and longer.
Every time my family get together there's always some drama, I skipped the party on Friday, my aunts and uncles are all 50 something but they go on like they're 12Lol no you don't. You feel empowered.
I don't do excuses with the family.What excuses do you use to leave a family gathering? Other than, "I'm really bored now. And I want to go and play with my new coffee machine."
People are weird. They've been accosting me with, "without the kids tomorrow you'll be all alone. Why don't you come with us to stand in the cold and watch a sporting event you have no interest in?" Hmm, "because I had a well thought out solid plan to not do that."
Lol. I hope they weren't serious.Ha, quote of the day; "Cry on my shoulder, I need your tears and vulnerability"
Aha, ahh .
I need chocolate cake.
The eldest is almost three; the youngest is just nine months.Ahhh, yea, I read you. How old are they (to avoid me going hunting). I bet they've already got over it. All that good xmas sedative.
Oh yeah definitely over it already. You'll make it up next time.The eldest is almost three; the youngest is just nine months.
Also: I just realised I could have saved myself WEEKS of work had I more thoroughly read the course book I'm currently working from.
See, people think INTJs are brilliant masterminds.
Reality: derp. HERP. HURDUR.
Hmm. I've agreed to go to a New Years Eve dinner with the XW's distant family who won't speak to her anymore so that the kids can see their cousins, which they don't get to these days. Which involves a couple of hours drive to the Midlands. Shouldn't in any way be uncomfortable .