Guys, it will never be easy at first. But sometimes, you gotta mkae the first move. So try to go up and talk to them and make your day and life better. 1 month ago
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There are so many people out there that I know. But there are also a lot that of people that I don’t know. Part of becoming a better me and being happier and ridding the negative is getting rid of the people in your life that tear you down. When you do that you either have a choice of being alone or making new friends. And since I enjoy company so much finding new friends is always joyous. I have not only found new friends but reunited with old friends that I never got to know very well. I love it and I plan to do more of this to find the true soul mates in my life. 2 months ago
So my son’s friend’s flaky mother finally got up the nerve to call me this Saturday. On Friday, as I was signing out my kid, she said in an ominous voice, “I have something awful to tell you.” Then she told me to call her when we have some free time to get together, because her son keeps wanting to come over to our house. I said, “Sure,” never really intending to call her ever.
On Saturday, I was surprised to see her name on my caller ID. When I answer the phone, she is laughing and saying, “This may be the absolute worst year of my life. I’m sorry we missed out on the play date.” I said, “You really should have called. I waited for you for a whole week.” Because I won’t chase flaky people. I don’t like to treat adults like they are children, constantly reminding them to call me or ask them if we are hanging out on such and such a date. Guess what she does next? She blurts out, “My husband left me, okay?” Then ironically, I find myself apologizing for being an absolutely petty jerk for getting all bent over a missed play date when she has REAL problems. Flaky people always do this to me too. Somehow, they always make their problems bigger and more dramatic than my little annoyance at them.
Then we talk about her crisis. I hear some pretty shitty but honest stuff. I offer my support. She suggests lunch on Monday at Chick-Fil-A after school with the kids. And bingo! I am friends again with yet another flaky person. I even offer to call her if she forgets about some plan that we have made together.
An update: her husband came back home on Father’s Day and they made up. 3 months ago