Well, damn it…will this nightmare ever end? Seems incredible to me that something this mundane is so damn hard to get accomplished..
So this week I buy a WiFi adapter only to find that the CD drive don’t work…AND I can’t find the receipt!!! So the damn store won’t give me a refund :evil::evil::evil::evil::evil::evil::evil::evil:
So…I still don’t have my own machine and have to use a friend’s machine….so I guess when I get my refund I’ll buy me a new machine IF I can afford it 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
I work the vampire shift on the docks in the fine city of Houston…it’s rather nice tonight, not terribly cold but…BUT cold enough for the super and the clerks to hunch down in company vehicles with the heaters blowing…whilst the labor shiver and bitch on their blog…well I do…I’m a whiney tit AND I’M FUCKING COLD!!!! Hope you guys out in WP land are warm and loved
She said it but I agree…and add this….I salute the breastfeeding moms too…it’s natural and totally ok to feed your hungry child….unless you’re driving…that may not be cool
To the woman at the park, looking at her phone, ignoring her children,I salute you.
For not giving into the public perception that you should be switched on, 24 hours a day.
For giving no fucks about what “constable mother’s group” thinks.
To the woman with piles of dishes and washing who walks straight out the door for a coffee at her friends,
I salute you.
Being a good mum or wife or human does NOT mean spending eternity cleaning your house. If you leave them for long enough your friends will start doing them. Trust me.
To the woman at the doctors surgery, waiting patiently to request some antidepressant,
I salute you.
Post natal depression is a rude little cunt. You are still coping, do not confuse depression for not coping, you’ve taken action, you looks like a coping queen to me.
Too often strength and weakness are confused…
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