“Telling it all” in anonymity makes me brave with what I’m willing to share. It helps keep my attitude good in “real” life, and I don’t have to ::smack:: those who deserve it.


Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Telling It All About Being Mad

And I *am* mad.

I'm sick.   The reason I am sick is because my co-worker and her son surround my desk hacking and sneezing and spreading their germs.   I do not know why son comes in here every week, anyway.   He's a college kid and instead of mingling with other college kids, he comes and hangs out with mommie until he has to go to class.  (The first week of classes, she WALKED him to his classes!!  YES, she did!  COLLEGE!!!!)  I might mention he refuses to learn how to drive, so co-worker must "tote" him to and from school.   Yep.   She leaves and picks him up for class, or leaves to take him home.   Sometimes, she has to leave two or three times.   

And while I'm on a sin-rant, I may as well say that son comes in here, and no matter what she's doing, he expects her to drop it immediately and take him home.   Seriously.   And she does it.

I'm just really mad about the whole thing.   I'm getting ready to go on vacation, and now I'll be on vacation sick.   I've told her twice that sitting right freakin' behind me is NOT the place for him to be.   He should be in HER corner, not in my way.    

Mad, mad, mad!   Do I feel better???  Not yet.   But at least now, when she gets in here, I may not go off on her.

Plus, I'll have to repent later.

1 comment:

That corgi :) said...

Sorry your are sick; not fun especially before something you've been planning for a bit. I read on another person's blog how parents are like this, helicopter parents, even into college. While I tend to helicopter, I don't think I helicopter quite like this. Sad for the son and the mom. Those apron strings need to be cut!

lots of vitamin C and fluids for you!

betty