my suggestion to call her - was more so to rub it in her face and almost give her a taste of her own medicine. She chose to not pursue a seemingly amazing relationship over their zodiac signs - and now that the signs have shifted and they are probably compatible - I just wonder what she’d say now :)
**sorry all, im removing all this crap -just had a bad night, I apologize for the word-vomit**
no I’m sorry didn’t mean to nail you on that, actually it was a good honest post, I was just being cutzie…
besides I’m sure you’re going to surf those waves just fine.
One time I got in a huge fight with my little bro - and told him he was adopted - that is the first and last time I will ever make him cry again.
I felt so bad :(
Then there was the time my mom confessed to me after getting home from martini Monday with the girls that “she and my dad weren’t planning on getting pregnant - but they decided to keep me anyways”
thanks mom, love you too…....................
I can tell you from experience, that even the planned children, and the ones you love dearly (that’s not to say you weren’t) are sometimes such a trial that you want to send them back anyway. Luckily, the feeling doesn’t usually last long. It is a child’s responsibility to be a trial to their parents, each in their own special way. :)
I, very wanted, was a complete trial to my parents. I learned that the word ‘Why’ could be the most exasperating word in the English language. Especially when you have parents who believe in answering their children’s questions. They finally learned to tell me to look it up for myself. I was always very independent and headstrong. I performed far lower in school than I was capable of, annoying my teachers to no end. Because I marched to my own drummer, I was the black sheep for years. By the time I was in my 30s, I was the ‘good’ example held up to everyone else in the family.