Friday, July 20, 2012
They say fish and visitors smell in 3 days... well, at least with one of my visitors, it was within a few hours. My Bestie Sue is visiting Georgia for a month. I finally got her here 2 days ago. She brought her oldest daughter and a friend with her. Maddy is almost 16, but she acts about 10 sometimes. within 12 hours of arriving here, Maddy had several meltdowns. One was right after they got here, and I have no clue what is was about. Then yesterday morning, they involved: Maddy not wanting to get up so they could go to World of Coke, Maddy getting yelled at for not getting up earlier, Maddy not bringing pants that fit, Maddy starting her period and not having any supplies for it, and Maddy not getting into her dress and leggings fast (she was seriously dragging her feet). Brandy, the 17 yr old they brought with them, acts like a young woman, doesn't put up with Maddy's crap or anything. I hate to say it, but if Maddy wasn't here (or at least acted more like a teenager than a spoiled 10 year old), things would be a lot less stressful there. I am supposed to take them back to Winder (to Sue's friend Wendy's) tonight after I get done at work and take Spazzie to the vet again, but I am really hoping she can get someone to come get her.Or at least meet me halfway. With the way traffic gets on Friday nights, it is going to take forever to get them back, and then it will be almost dark before I can even start for home. I love Sue, and I wish I had more time with her, but I am looking forward to getting rid of Maddy, spending some alone time in the house with my kitties. I know Spazzie is stressed, and maybe when they go we'll have a better time getting him to eat and drink and take his pills. Right now it's a fight every time. I am about to leave for work in a few minutes, and I am leaving them all sleeping. Sue decided that, even though the girls wanted to go to the library today. To be honest I am kinda glad. I don't want to have to worry about finding them when I get off work, and I don't want to deal with the stress of getting Maddy up again.