Friday, October 25, 2013

I SURVIVED AND I'M STILL HERE TO TALK ABOUT IT!

My husband is officially home after the meeting/conference over the last week and I can finally pull my head out from under the covers. My butt and feet temperature are returning to normal and my children's attempts to kill me or drive me to the brink of insanity, probably so that they could keep the car as late as they want until my husband returned- have failed. I survived hell week.

My daughter has announced that she is, in fact, dating a senior, but that's a fairly easy fix. Seniors have cars and like to go places. Freshmen do not have cars and aren't allowed to ride in cars with boys, so this should all work itself out as far as I'm concerned.

My oldest son took the car to a meeting with The National Guard and once again started talking responsibly. He told me I was lucky that he's interested in The National Guard, because now that means he can't start using steroids- so basically, he threw me a bone, thanks kiddo!

My younger son hasn't caused a single problem all week and to honest, I thought he would be the one, but he switched it up on me and was the most responsible person in our home this week. I feel as though he picked up on my malfunctioning brain due to his brother and sister and he, too, threw me a bone- and that's something to be very thankful for!!

Even the dog tried to act up while my husband was gone, but he's all cool now that daddy is home. However, I'm pretty sure I heard him whispering "mommy's crazy" into my husband's ear, but maybe I'm just being paranoid and delusional- he could have been saying something else I suppose.

Now to get things back on track- my daughter is face painting at the Halloween carnival this evening and I think we'll go hang around and act like a normal family, like daddy-o was never gone.

Now just one thing I'm mulling over today. A friend of mine asked me to come and hold her hand this evening while she gets her first tattoo. I had to decline due to the carnival, but told her I would be there in spirit, which has left me pondering- what the hell does that even mean? I'm not going to be there; she's not going to feel like I'm there or pretend that I'm there, and I'm certainly not going to pretend that I'm there, so what the hell good does it do her if I tell her I will be there in spirit? The last time I heard, spirits were what are known as ghosts. Am I haunting my friend this evening? And would anyone actually want someone's spirit with them while they had a tattoo needle grinding into their back? I'm pretty sure my dear friend would rather I kept my spirit- ass away from her while she gets inked so therefore, I am doing her a huge favor.

Enjoy, Barrelassers :)