Wednesday, January 21, 2009

things I don't like

* waiting rooms- no matter what the response I get from the other people in the room towards Brian I don't think I can be happy- "every child develops at their own rate", "nothing seems wrong with him to me", and of course the staring and rolling their eyes---- okay, sometimes I have had good conversations in waiting rooms but today i'm feeling bugged by this

* walking down the hall and having a parent say to her child, who is probably the same age, "Yes, that baby is crying"- my son is not a baby- he's a big boy just like yours (okay at home he is my baby lol)

* not being able to go upstairs for five minutes without brian deciding he wants to try out corbin's science expirement and i come downstairs to find bubbly baking soda & vinegar all over the kitchen table and floor

* corbin having a HUGE meltdown at the movie theaters because he can't play air hockey- mind you this was after several video games before the movie, his own kids pack, and a movie

* certain offices that always mix up my information and my appointment dates

* getting bit by my students

* cold weather

* chores


Okay, there it is, not the best day today (though the movie ordeal was last week and the volcano was two days ago- so only the rest for today)- so I vented, now going to eat some junk food, and go to yoga tonight....it will be alright ;)

4 comments:

Christina said...

(((HUGS)))

minivan driving soccermom said...

My list is just like yours, but change bit by students to hit by patients lol

Bec said...

I read your post yesterday and thought I hate waiting room too! I posted my thoughts on it on my blog. It is hard because it seems few people just accept without saying "he's fine" or "poor you" and I just don't like that.

Stay warm!
Thane's Mom

Bec said...

I read your post yesterday and thought I hate waiting room too! I posted my thoughts on it on my blog. It is hard because it seems few people just accept without saying "he's fine" or "poor you" and I just don't like that.

Stay warm!
Thane's Mom