I'm here but I'm not well. Just snapped at the husband, neither of my girls are willing to nap for the 2nd day in a row and are overly tired and fussy, and I'd really like to just punch my fist through a window.
Sorry SB, I think I may have to respond to your other thread later.
I am feeling like poo poo. A seemingly small incident at IOP turned into a gigantic, earth-shattering God-knows-what for me. I think I was poised to go off and then something small led to not one, but two of my very, very core issues. Throw in the worst anniversary date of the year in one week and we have a recipe for disaster.
I am trying not to let disaster happen. (Otherwise we will have cops at the door, busybody neighbors having fodder for weeks, etc, etc, etc.) I have been given stern instructions to go to the ER if I feel imminent doom coming on. So far that has not happened.
So. Where is everyone else?
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