My daughter moved out again. I am excited for her. I went to clean her bathroom after she left and when I turned on the shower to rinse it, all the water came crashing down on my head. Yep, she took her shower head with her. First of all, I have to ask if that is included in the “I’m taking all my stuff with me” and second of all, I am damn impressed that she took it off and put it in her apartment bathroom all by herself. Now I know why she asked to borrow a wrench.
And then there is “the mop issue.” Seems there is an argument over who has to purchase a mop for the apartment. My daughter feels like her roommate should buy it since she has supplied the vacuum. (And of course, the vacuum came from our house since we had an extra one). A few issues here:
- The area in their apartment is so tiny it would literally take her less than five minutes to hand mop it using a wet towel.
- We have a mop and I graciously offered to let her have it. Except it wasn’t THE MOP that was needed. Evidently a self wringing mop isn’t going to work. They want the auto squirt and disposable pad type mop. Yeah, they can work this one out on their own.
- My husband is going to get so tired of hearing about this mop issue that if she waits him out, he is going to go out and buy her one. Unfortunately this is something my daughter knows as well.
I literally had a Fried Green Tomatoes moment the other day. I was waiting and waiting for a parking spot with my blinker on and then this stupid car cut me off and turned right in front of me and stole my VFR (family abbreviation for Very Front Row). I was so pissed. Luckily I had a package of marshmallows with me so I opened them and threw them all over her car. Yeah, I’m not proud but dammit I know I have better insurance.
We have now reached a point where we have to purchase special hot dogs for Casey in order to get him to take his seizure medicine twice per day. And we had to get a pill splitter to make them REALLY TINY so he doesn’t taste them. If he can tell there is a pill in his food, he spits it out on the floor. I know he is 16 years old and blind and deaf but damn is this getting to be high maintenance! Not to mention that my husband and I argue about how long to heat the hot dog up in the microwave.