7/12/09

Wait, am I in the right house?


Dear Sassy,

Has it finally happened? Have I officially LOST MY MIND, or did I actually see you and Bitchy talking and laughing this morning as if NOTHING HAPPENED?

Wasn’t it just two days ago that you had your sister on the ground BY THE THROAT and were strangling her to death?

Weren’t you screaming at each other and calling each other names that you know The Golden Boy, the dogs and your PARENTS should never ever hear you utter?

Am I the only one that was traumatized by this recent WWF smack down??


Frankly, this is why mother’s have those weekly meeting at the Wine and Spirit Shoppe. Which reminds me, I’m a little low on my “prescription.”




61 comments:

buffalodick said...

Drink heavily. Trust me, it helps you- if not the bit players in your movie... God help the coaches, teachers, and gurus....

Coco said...

Just like my two except they do it within an hour. After I have had a nervous breakdown. I used to think I would just keep going as far as I could instead of coming home after work. But then that would leave poor hubby to fend for himself.

Suzy said...

My sister and I still do that about once a year. Good times.

SweetPeaSurry said...

Odd ... this post makes ME want to go and drink. Pack it up sistah ... we're going out for several adult bevs!

blessings!

That one girl said...

Is it any wonder I'm 'president' of my MOM's club. They just said, "plan SOCIAL meetings". I thought, finally my knowledge of drink recipes will pay off.


Moms need a little 'help' dealing with that crap.

only a movie said...

You've raised them to be forgiving of each other...

You will definitely be enjoying your adult beverages at the conference. :-)

Stereos and Souffles said...

Sounds like you should stock up!

The Renaissance Chick said...

Girl, I have liquor in my bar, in my freezer, in my bar refrigerator, in my kitchen refrigerator and in my glass! Here's to you! Soon they will both be out of your house and we will get together and celebrate...I promise!

Malisa

Anne said...

As punishment I lock my girls in a room together...they always come out happy with each other (probably not so happy with me...) I think that taking any sort of 'prescription' while they are in time out would improve my outlook on things.

Mimi Lenox said...

Go for the good stuff.

Laoch of Chicago said...

Odd how things can transform from chaos to harmony in such a brief time.

darsden said...

awe the love hate relationship I remember it well :-))

The Half-Assed Housewife said...

We were all laying in bed watching TV together and I caught my daughter rubbing the top of my son's head. They both looked so happy and like the belonged together forever. Who'd have thought that just 5 minutes before I'd been hearing "Shaddup Chris" at the top of the little princesses lungs.

FRANNIE said...

They'll be scratching each others eyes out tomorrow.

Throw in an extra olive, you've earned it.

Frannie

Zip n Tizzy said...

Oh sisters!

And Yikes... imagining my sons wrestling matches when they're both 6'3"... We may need to move!

Mrs. E said...

Oh, you and I could be raising the same sisters. argh!!

I tried to change my email. It doesn't work. Then I tried to email you and your email didn't work either. What the H@!! am I doing wrong?! My daughters would say this is why you never give an old lady a computer!!

Dana's Brain said...

One night after Jake saw a film strip at school about the "dangers of alcohol" he told us we shouldn't drink wine. To which my husband replied, "Some nights, it's the only thing keeping you alive!"

The Nice One said...

Why does my daughter keep asking for a sister? I am thinking that I really have no desire to give her one.

SkylersDad said...

It's all fun and games until one of them decides to "sweep the knee".

phd in yogurtry said...

I do know the feeling. Pour me a lttle of that Rx, will ya?

Melissa B. said...

Sisters. As I've said in this space before, mine are like that, too. It's the oddest sensation...they get along when you think they hate each other, and they hate each other when you think they should be getting along!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Yes, hon, you are the only trauma victim of theose sibling shenanigans. Next time, give one a knife and one a pair of scissors, etc. Tell them to go at it and that you will only love the one who lives. I swear this worked for me! You shoulda seen the blank stares...like it was ME who was the loony tune!(A mom of 3 kids in 36 months + 2 stepkidlets gotta do she gotta do. Survival of the fitest and all dat.) :)

Jeanne said...

I missed so much by only having one....

Mrs. D said...

I have to know: WHAT were they fighting about??? The story MUST be a good one, do tell.

*Lissa* said...

Kids are crazy.

My Rx this summer is low-calorie beer (to make up for my lack of exercise) and a few margaritas (or five)here and there ;o)

Lee Ryan said...

Some etymologies of "whiskey" refer to Gaelic words meaning: Water of Life.

Drink more whiskey.

Even better than a wine prescription.

Janie at Sounding Forth said...

You go girl...

Anna See said...

I know. My little girl turns on me like a caged tiger seconds after loving all over me. She doesn't have a sister, so I guess I'm the nearest target. After an all-day love fest with me, she brushed her teeth in a way that hurt her canker sore. All my fault, of course. Nice.

Semi-Slacker Mom said...

What if they were talking about you? That's how it would be in my house.

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

Sometimes I wish the Princess Nagger had a sibling to annoy instead of directing it all on me... I think I need to refill my 'prescription', too... ;)

blognut said...

It's par for the course, isn't it? That's what I did with my sister.

Kathy B! said...

This whole thing happened because you got low on your medication. If you were properly medicated *something* would have been different. Birds would be singing and crickets chirping...

The lesson is to stay medicated.

Tammy Howard said...

Mine do the love/hate thing, too. I can't keep up. I don't try.

The Mind of a Mom said...

"The smack down" hahahahahaha
It's good that you came home to them laughing and talking instead of Smack Down II :o)

♥ Braja said...

Get THEM prescribed, is more like it :)

Kate Coveny Hood said...

As it should be. Yet another reason for me to lament never having a sister...

♥ Braja said...

Oh, and can you fill a prescription for me, love? :))

Nicole said...

Sounds like you have had quite the eventful weekend! Like I have always said, I am soooo glad I have boys. I cant really say that they will be any better though. I supose I will have to endure many bloody noses and black eyes huh?? I probably just jinxed myself!

Maggie May said...

we had a difficult 'episode' around here that i am not going to share online per my son's request not to blog much about him, but let's just say I HEAR YA.

Sue said...

Thank God we all have a Wine & Spirit Shoppe to hold our meetings in! What would we do without those?

Joanna Jenkins said...

I'm having flashback to my youth. I have THREE sisters and we get along really, really great-- now that I love 3,000 miles away :-)

mo.stoneskin said...

You need a prescription? That's why you should move over here.

Captain Dumbass said...

A little lubrication helps you slide through the day easier.

*hm, should I leave this comment?*

LegalMist said...

I'm drinking a glass of wine on your behalf right now.

Then I'll move on to the wine I need to deal with my own kids.

I hope I won't be hung over tomorrow for work. ;)

flutter said...

teenagers seriously make no sense to me...even when i was one

Eternally Distracted said...

It's best not to try and understand! They will be best friends long before you have ever forgiven them!

LadyFi said...

That's sisterly love for ya!

Joanie said...

Chalk it up to hormones and the random psychotic behavior of teens (children of almost any age, really).

I'm just glad they got over it and there was no blood shed.

Oh, and that bottle's still in my freezer waiting for you

Irish Gumbo said...

But they'd do anything for each other, right?

And if that's the criteria for "prescriptions" then I must be a freakin' pharmacist...

dizzblnd said...

Invasion of the body snatchers. That's the only real explanation.
Enjoy it while it lasts.. you know they'll bring her back.. for only even they can put up with so much.

Bobby G said...

HA! gotta love sibling fights! there will be some good ones coming up!

Alix said...

I am soooo going to steal your letter format for my blog. Still debating whether or not I'll give you credit for it, though. I almost would rather burn in hell for blog grand larceny and have people think it was my creative idea than to look like the unimaginative copycat that I am. {wink}

Kat said...

Nothing says sisterly love like trying to choke them...

Brown Eyed Girl said...

Ah, sisterly love... Been there... Done that... But, as we have gotten older, the fights are much less frequent and the good times much better.

Pastor Sharon said...

Oh my gosh! This reminds me of my adolescent years with my sister! We were trying to kill each other one minute and being best friends the next! From reading this post, I think I might have some understanding of how it must have been for my mother!

Not The Rockefellers said...

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers?

Peace - Rene

The Laughing Idiot said...

You have a sister, don't you remember how it works?

You fight like cats & dogs, then make up and say nothing about that earlier fight. Forgiveness is understood.

The other great thing about sisters is that it's ok to be in a knock-down, drag-out fight with each other, but if someone picks on you, your sister will be there by and on your side like a flu on sh*t. Division is not an option.

Dang, I love my Sissy. I'll have to call her now.

Desert Songbird said...

I grew up the youngest of five girls. There were some knockdowns in my past; I still remember the time my sister #4 threw a hairbrush at my head.

Vodka Logic said...

Desert Songbird... I dared my sis to throw a chair at me... I was the fool she did.

xx

The Mother said...

They CAN get along, you know. Usually when you aren't looking.

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