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Guess I don’t memorize the every post. I am becoming less and less inclined to respond to anything each day lately anyway for numerous reasons. I’ll be sure to keep my mouth shut.
Serve her in your kitchen if you have an eat in bar or breakfast nook, where there are hard floors?
I agree a degree relating to writing would be better suited but I’d say that no matter what since a theater degree offers no employment outside of theater and for any person ever their chances of success with that are near 0%. Areyou utilizing the counseling services at your school? They also offer people at school to help you keep on track, give more time for assignments and tests. My best friends daughter has this and meets with a person weekly to keep her on track and be a liaison between the professors. With your health issues I wouldn’t risk doing anything to lose your moms insurance. How would you pay for your own apartment if your mom signed? Freelance writing won’t support that once you graduate either. I think looking at a practical degree that can get you regular, full time employment and insurance is important, as well as taking care of your mental health.
I do spreadsheets ever since a miscommunication early in our marriage regarding debt. Let’s say I heard 14 when it was 40 (not the actual numbers). Now I make sure I visually see the numbers after that near heart attack.
We just opened a joint account, it just keeps not happening due to it being so easy to transfer money now. My ex and I had joint but that was when it was a pain to transfer funds and meant a trip to the bank. Really the reason we even opened the account was because now that I can have USSA I want the perks they offer. I also am having him do a Capital One account for our special savings fun since their interest rate is great, no fees, everything online and convenient. Best for money or banking you don’t want to access regularly as they don’t have actual locations (wait I think I just heard they are starting to open them and they are banks/coffee shops).
Husband pays most out of his account mainly because the auto pay was all set up already since our place was his before I moved in. If we need to pay something to else we just move money where it’s needed. We don’t really need to discuss every purchase but just due to our nature we tend to say “hmmm I saw this thing on amazon I’m thinking about”, so we tend to know what the other is buying in advance just due to conversation. Anything larger we of course decide together. Still debating the couch purchase in my head.
Ya the inability to read something easily due to no sentences structure or punctuation is what bugs me. Spelling less so although I don’t know when people will learn that a lot is two words. Ha.
kMarch 20, 2019 at 6:18 am in reply to: boyfriends depression has him questioning our relationship #837875
Regardless of the reason you can’t convince someone not to break up with you. He is not in an emotionally stable enough place to be in a relationship and he is telling you that. He is saying maybe one day because likely he wishes he wasn’t feeling this way. You need to move on. You actually really have no choice because he is saying it’s over.
Ha. I love it.
Good lord teenagers. Lord help me. Apparently not letting them have soda and saying they should drink water means we don’t allow him to drink anything ever and he’s so thirsty he’s in pain and complaining to his mother who of course is blowing up husbands phone. Never mind the milk, juice and water available…it’s not coke so we are awful parents. My head hurts too bad for this shit tonight.March 19, 2019 at 6:37 pm in reply to: boyfriend is depressed and think he might want to break up #837842
Ya. I can’t take a day off work to read that.
Oh i like those recliners since they don’t look like they are. I fear those big puffy ones.
I also would buy that couch if husband would let me. Although he did say the other day “it’s your choice anyway”. Hmmmm…wondering how far I could push that logic.