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post #16731 of 17077 Old 10-18-2013, 08:31 PM
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A lot of those are relatable!! Thank for posting brings back memories~
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post #16732 of 17077 Old 10-20-2013, 07:29 PM
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Oh sometimes I feel like I work harder on the weekends. Laundry, Mow the lawn, run to the store. Cook dinner, still have to give the kid a bath and read.
But the weather was very nice for all of this today.
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post #16733 of 17077 Old 10-20-2013, 08:32 PM
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today I some how: worked 2 hours at the barn, read over 100 pages to finish a book for tomorrow, took a shower, added a typed page to my senior paper, wrote a lab report... all while taking care of all the animals

It might be the "unexperienced in real life" side of me talking, but I can't wait to have a job get PAID and NOT be in school

You may be out of my sight, but never out of my mind. ~RIP Angel
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post #16734 of 17077 Old 10-20-2013, 09:06 PM
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Hmmm. I don't think it's a win-win for any option (work vs school), each has their big pros and cons.

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post #16735 of 17077 Old 10-20-2013, 10:56 PM
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Haha, oh Shania Twain!! <3 In my younger years (spoken like an old person?) I was a big fan of country. I kind of grew out of it... But I can certainly still appreciate it!

<3 Haha, I'll have to play this for boyfriend xD
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post #16736 of 17077 Old 10-20-2013, 11:02 PM
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I just need to vent a moment.

My parents loaned one of my dresses out to my sibling's friend without my permission. And then didn't tell me about afterwards either (this was about two weeks ago). I found out through closer examination of pictures that were taken. Their excuse "Well, you weren't online, so I just made the call that you would say yes."

Well, let's see. If I'm not at my computer there are other ways to get a hold of me. Such as, oh I don't know, that cell phone you gave me when I turned 16? You could have called! Sheesh. And yes, you're right, I would have said yes to her borrowing my dress (as long as she didn't damage it, I love that dress. It's one of the few that I like). But the fact remains, you DID NOT ASK MY PERMISSION and you DID NOT TELL ME ABOUT IT AFTERWARDS! That's what I'm angry about. How do I know you aren't just loaning my clothes out to anyone who wants to wear my clothes or is "need" of something?

Way to break my trust.

Ugh, I probably sounded like a spoiled brat, but it really irritates me when people don't ask my permission to use my things and it's even worse if they don't tell me about afterwards either.

"And somewhere in the northwoods darkness a creature walks upright. And the best advice you may ever get is: Don't go out at night..."
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post #16737 of 17077 Old 10-21-2013, 10:32 AM
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I just need to vent a moment.

My parents loaned one of my dresses out to my sibling's friend without my permission. And then didn't tell me about afterwards either (this was about two weeks ago). I found out through closer examination of pictures that were taken. Their excuse "Well, you weren't online, so I just made the call that you would say yes."

Well, let's see. If I'm not at my computer there are other ways to get a hold of me. Such as, oh I don't know, that cell phone you gave me when I turned 16? You could have called! Sheesh. And yes, you're right, I would have said yes to her borrowing my dress (as long as she didn't damage it, I love that dress. It's one of the few that I like). But the fact remains, you DID NOT ASK MY PERMISSION and you DID NOT TELL ME ABOUT IT AFTERWARDS! That's what I'm angry about. How do I know you aren't just loaning my clothes out to anyone who wants to wear my clothes or is "need" of something?

Way to break my trust.

Ugh, I probably sounded like a spoiled brat, but it really irritates me when people don't ask my permission to use my things and it's even worse if they don't tell me about afterwards either.
I completely agree with you and no, you do not sound like a spoiled brat in the least. In fact, I feel the same way when people take things of mine without my permission! My sister tends to do this to me all the time. She blames me for taking her clothing, when I rarely do. But when she takes mine and I say something; its no big deal to her. Half the time I get my clothing back with holes or I never get it back, because she claims it went missing >> I know exactly how you feel!
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post #16738 of 17077 Old 10-21-2013, 11:44 AM
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^Part of me wants to agree with you. They should have asked. It doesn't matter what they were borrowing, and who it is, they should have the decency to ask you if it is alright to loan out something that belongs to you.

On the other hand... it is just a dress. XD I wouldn't lose too much sleep over it.
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post #16739 of 17077 Old 10-21-2013, 11:48 AM
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Yeah don't lose sleep over it, but remind them that next time they should really ask before borrowing something that belongs to you. I just started locking my door when I leave the house to try to prevent unwarranted borrowing from happening. :p
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post #16740 of 17077 Old 10-21-2013, 01:34 PM
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Oh, I'm not losing sleep over it. I just needed to get some sleep to calm down a little. Like I said, it wasn't so much about what was loaned out it was the fact that they didn't ask and also didn't tell me afterwards.

I feel a lot better now. Thanks for listening.

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