Wednesday, February 9, 2011

It's Just One of Those Days

Where EVERYTHING is pissing me off.

I don't know if anyone else ever experiences this but do you ever just have those days where you want to tell someone (everyone) how you truly feel? Today is that day for me. And it's not PMS, it's just pure bitch! LOL!

I can't tell you what it was that set me off but there were many people worthy of seeing the "pure bitch" in me today. Although I managed to mantain my sanity.

Case in Point # 1 - I check in on the National MS Society page on Facebook every now and then and I came across a post from a man that made me so irritated yet I said nothing. Maybe because even when I am a raging bitch, I still have a heart. He was saying, and I quote, "I hate when family members keep asking how I'm feeling all the time, Why? Okay, I have MS, nothing has changed. I don't need your sympathy and don't need to be told to relax and rest."

Part of that, I completely understand. When you're diagnosed with an illness, many do not want to be treated any differently by their loved ones. Myself included. But here's my beef with that post. If you have a problem with it, talk to your freakin' family about it. And, be happy that you have people who care about you. They may not go about things the right way but if you never grow a pair of balls and talk to the people about how you feel, don't expect them to know how to react and/or treat you.

Whoooh!!! See what I mean, raging B.I.T.C.H.

Case in Point # 2 & 3 - Both traffic related. To the dumbass who likes to double park (or sit in her car as it's double parked) beside me so that she can call her daughter out into the middle of the street when picking her up from school, go park your freakin' car and get your lazy ass out and get her yourself! The school usually watches for this kind of thing but she seems to manage to slip through everytime. Drives me nuts!

And this is just common sense but, a traffic lane is not a place for you to come to a complete stop and turn your blinker on because you need to get over for the traffic light a half-mile ahead. Grrrr!!! I'll admit, traffic is not my strong point as far as remaining patient. LOL! This was just a bad day.

Ahhhhhh.............. I feel better. Thanks for listening to me vent.


Ella said...

Re #1 Everytime I see u and say "how r u" I am not referring to your illness. I don't see you often enough and I just want to know how u r doing. Makes sense???

Sarah said...

I know. I don't have a problem with anyone in our family as far as how they approach my disease. I get what you're saying. =)