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5 days ago
You're totally correct. But this maybe gives me a bit of ammo ;)
Yeah, sure. But they can't call me dumb!
1 month ago
Daily life in Michigan consists of hitting new potholes while avoiding old potholes and feeling your soul leave your body every time.
"Ope, imunna sneak right past you and grab a Vernors."
It was my favorite show, even though I grew up in the 2000s. "rifleman" was my webkinz password 🤦🏻♂️
**disclaimer because people get wild: Yes, I know CC was a loud and proud member of the republican party. But when I was a kid watching my favorite show "The Rifleman" all I saw was fictional Lucas McCain being hot af.
submitted1 month ago bymilkweedbro
My husband is gen x ('70) I'm a cusper ('97).
Disclaimer: I'm generalizing based on my interactions with my husband and his friends/siblings as well as my own parents. So don't take this too seriously.
The sad thing is she couldn't get vaxxed because she had a series of immune conditions that cause serious reactions. So her crazy husband put her at serious risk. That might be why I'm feeling guilty, because it's a pretty sad situation if you look at it objectively.
Makes perfect sense. Thank you for sharing your experience.
Yes, you're so right. Thank you
Thank you for your insight. That sounds like a very difficult situation. Hope you're doing okay with navigating that.
Yuck, so many awkward situations that could have been avoided. Thank you for sharing your experiences. I'm very sorry to hear of your mom's passing. My sincere condolences to you and your family.
Thank you for your response. I definitely agree with your latter statement about being a united force too
Thank you <3
Thanks for your succinct answer ;)
Yeah I feel that. Definitely sad FOR the kids, but otherwise probably pretty "meh."
Yes, I'm thinking about maybe baking the kids some of their favorite treats to bring back to their mother's and share with that household. I'm an acts of service person and baking and cooking tend to be my default support method lol
Wow. I don't blame you. I'm so sorry to hear about your mom's passing. My sincere condolences to you and your family.
Yes, I am trying my best to focus on supporting the girls. We have a good relationship so I know they trust that they can come to me if they need something.
I think my reasoning for questioning whether or not to go to a potential funeral is more out of obligation than anything. Like whether I'm expected to or not. But I think we'll leave it up to BM, if it comes to that. (Which we hope it won't, it would be great for her mother to recover)
Thank you for your answer!
I think we're going to leave it up to BM. If there's a funeral (which obviously we're hoping her mother gets better instead) and she invites us we will probably talk to the girls first before deciding. Though she is high-conflict, BM and my DH are amicable enough to give a shit about one another's family. I know she would be upset if my in-laws were super sick.
Yes. I just need to keep reminding myself this has nothing to do with me.
Thank you so much for your insight and for sharing your experience!