Or alternately titled, “Why can’t some people grow the fuck up and quit being douche-bags and the good parts of my weekend.”
I had quite a bit of fun at the SCCF, when I wasn’t being brought down by some people. I got to have conversations with some folks that I hadn’t really had a chance to talk to in a while. The thing I am taking from all the bad that happened is that I can’t keep helping people who refuse to be helped. It’s time to put these toxic people behind me, and move on. I have far too many great friends that I have neglected trying to make these people happy, so I am going to focus on them and moving forward.
I didn’t get my whole house cleaned up. I worked towards it, and made some progress in areas that needed to be cleaned up, but my kitchen still looks like a bomb exploded in it and my living room still needs major organizing.
I don’t know why some folks have to lie the way they do about stupid shit. Are you really that insecure? Either way, I had more than my fair share of drama and stress this weekend and I can officially say that I am done with it. I’m stepping away from all that shit, and going back to doing what I want to do and not what I feel like I need to do. I don’t know how I end up in these situations where I’m being taken advantage of, but it has got to stop. Putting my foot down, end of story. It’s time that these people see that they can’t keep treating people like shit. Hopefully they will see it before it’s too late.
So that’s a quick recap of my week/weekend. The good times out-weighed the crappy ones, and I’m glad that I can make this decision to move on. I think that in time, people will see them for who they are and not who they are trying to be. It’s only a matter of time before the shit they say catches up to them.
And that’s the last I’m saying about that!
We went to a wedding on Saturday. It was for a long-time friend of ours, and we are glad to see that he is so happy now. He’s had some pretty tumultuous relationships the past few years, and it seems like he has finally met his match. The only sad part was it seemed that a lot of people RSVP’d, hardly anyone showed up. Which is sad because he is actually a really great guy.
Sunday I felt like I cleaned forever but accomplished nothing. Tonight, I’m going running and then working on cleaning some more. I got the bedroom fairly cleaned up, even under our dresser. And I cleaned the bathroom, and washed the dogs. Now just to tackle the living room, kitchen, and dining room area. Sometimes, being a grown up just plain stinks!