I decided to take part in Georgina’s “I Love” project.
I have contemplated creating a set on Polyvore and/or taking pictures. However, I honestly am really exhausted, and I just want to write. I’m babysitting the kids this week whilst my mom and Lard are in Houston. I went to Brookshire’s with them to buy dog food, kitty litter and sodas.1 The way they acted? I’m just going to say that I am quite appalled with the clashing between A and B or A and C or A, B and C because A and C wouldn’t stay close by. According to A, I’m not supposed to make him walk nearby in a store that is slightly more busy than usual simply because it – and I quote – “embarrasses [him] and makes [him] look like [he’s] three and can’t be trusted.”
…I’m not sorry I won’t let whomever I am watching at the time wander around throughout the store playing with and touching everything they come across as other customers are literally eyeing me with disappointment or disapproving stares. In all honesty, I am terrified of going back to that store literally because I am so embarrassed of how they acted. A wouldn’t leave anything alone! If he wasn’t touching _, he was undoing the basket and pulling the end of it down2. When I stopped him and asked him why he did that, he simply laughed and replied with, “What?” …IN A GOOFY, “WHAT DID I DO” MANNER.
On the phone with our mom, A gave such hyperbolic descriptions about what happened when _ and how he acted. He twists it a lot. He even lied.
This week is all about choosing my own battles to fight and when to fight them. I’ll participate in Georgina’s project when I have a clear mind because at the moment, I’m [obviously] literally drained.
…And A told Mimi that he “listened to everything [I] said”, and she replied with, “Good!” Then she told me that the kids are such angels. Pft. She doesn’t even know the half of it.