Thursday, March 9, 2006

Can I eat her now?

I have always heard that some species of animals eat there young. I am wondering, is it to late for me to do that? My daughter is at the bottom of my top ten list right now. No wait. She is so low she is off my top ten list. She got another speeding ticket which means she will lose her license. She has been on probation for having to many tickets, and was already told any violation would cost her the license. We don't know yet for what amount of time since all this just happened late last night, but even one day makes it a complete royal pain in the butt. She is a single mom working two jobs, and needs to be able to drive. We are hoping that she can apply to have a restricted license at lest. That way she can drive herself to work and back, which will include taking her son to day care. If for some reason this doesn't happen then it is going to fall on me, my husband and her dad to drive her back and forth. What a pain. We are already going to cut things close when it comes to bathroom time. The daughter has been leaving about 7:30, but with the new day care she needs to really leave around 7. That means that both her and I have to get dressed so I can drive her, then I have get back and be at work myself at 9. Ok that is do-able, but she gets off at different times every day which means someone has to pick her up. This is going to fall to her dad since he gets home by 2 or so each day.
Ok so all this sounds good, but it is still going to be a pain in the butt. Now for the second job. She works nights, sometimes till 2 am. No one can get up at 2 am and get her..So as you can see no one is happy. I had just started feeling happy about having a job, knowing that I was going to be able to give her wings in a few weeks and my hubby and I could get a place of our own. Now it looks like we are stuck again. I refuse, and I repeat refuse to move out and then have to get up and come pick her up from across town. I wonder if she will taste better fried or boil? Can someone pass the ketchup please?

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3 Comments:

Blogger Leslie Shelor said...

None of it sounds good. I don't blame you for being seriously ticked off!

March 10, 2006 at 4:36 AM  
Blogger Niobium said...

"I can't drive 55" is a Sammy Hagar song.

Like Sammy, and apparently your daughter, I can't drive 55 either. She should apply for a "hardship" license from your DMV. Tell her to look into it.

March 10, 2006 at 12:27 PM  
Blogger elisa said...

it all somehow reminds me of my life ???

i vote for "fried" (only kidding)

March 11, 2006 at 9:16 AM  

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