Wednesday, September 16, 2015

In which Doris is annoyed that Stephanie keeps bugging her wanting to visit

That Stephanie is such a bitch! She called Doris once to ask if it would be convenient for her to bring the grandkids to see Doris and Doris got all pissy and complained to Primo.

Yeah, what an awful thing for someone to whom you have been so mean and said such horrible things about to consider that perhaps you might be bored and lonely after being in a hospital for a few weeks and that you might like to see your grandchildren.

The fact that Stephanie will even consider having anything to do with Sly and Doris after the way they have treated her makes me think she is a saint. She is a far better person than I.

(Primo wants me to send a get-well card to his mom and to his dad. I guess I can do that, but man, I do not want to. I know. I AM a bitch. The main reason I don't want to is because 1. I have to go to Walgreen's to buy the cards. 2. Cards are not cheap and I don't like spending any money on Sly and Doris. 3. I could just write a letter to save the five bucks, but I realize that I would rather pay five dollars than write a letter to them.)

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  1. I hear you about the get well cards. But it would make Primo happy and there's not much happening right now that can give him happiness...even ice cream.

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    1. I should think about Primo - that's who I need to make happy. You are right. (And alas, ice cream does not solve everything.)

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  2. I think you should make a card out of construction paper and spray painted macaroni. Nothing says love like a homemade card. (snicker)

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    1. Gaylin. You are evil. I like it.

      OK. Not evil. But I can't think of a better word right now! Clever? Devious? Ingenious?

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  3. This is months and months after the fact, I know, so probably no longer relevant, but I would have sent the card with a hand-written note along the lines of, 'It's certainly fortunate for you that Primo married someone who was willing to get a job and work so he could take a sabbatical and help you with your needs.' Just, you know, really dig in there that it's courtesy of the Golddigger they don't like that their son is as available to them as he is.

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    1. Yes! "This son who is available to solve your problems of your own making is available because he is married to someone who is supporting him."

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  4. I know this is a post from the past but Family Dollar (and possibly comparable chains) have great cards and they're $1 or sometimes 2 for a $1!

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    1. I need to go there. I hate paying $4 for a card!

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