Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Warning! This is a Rant!

Why is it that people always ask the woman who has three kids and whose husband is deployed for things? Don't they realize that I have enough going on? Do they realize that I'm also too nice to say no? Do they know I'm fearful that if I say no to them, that they may not help me out sometime during the next year when I'm desperate for help?

And why is it always seem to be fellow military spouses (either prior or present) that ask me for these "favors" even though they still have BOTH parents at home? Do you think I really want 8 kids in my house when it's just me?

And while I'm ranting, why do people tell me they'll help me out and then never do? Don't tell me you'll cut my grass while I'm out of town for the weekend, only to come home and it not be cut.

Rant over.

2 comments:

Tiffanie said...

I'm sorry! :o((( I would watch your babies!!! :o))) Welp...you are the ONLY one that commented on my blog...lol...slightly bummed me out cause I wanted my first giveaway to be more exciting...but I am excited to send you the Skully because hopefully it will cheer you & one of your boys up!!! :o))) Either add me on facebook or email me tiffaniegoad@hotmail.com! :o)))

The Household 6 Diva said...

((hugs)) I hear yah - on all counts!

Just make sure you take people up on their offer to help you! Sometimes they just don't know what to say... but whew 8 kids in your house?

I think you deserve a Mixed drink with a bright pink umbrella or something... :)

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