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    Angry Frying man to the Head

    I'm thinking of taking the cast iron frying pan to Mel's head. I want to see if you think I'm justified! I'm preparing my insanity defense before the crime.

    Ryan is not feeling well AGAIN. It's her tummy AGAIN. This is nothing new. Ryan has been sick since the day I delivered her. Mel knows this. Her being sick is part of the package deal. It's life, deal with it. She ate foods that contained dairy for two nights in a row but took her lactaid pills to counteract it. Like she normally does, only difference was these were store brand pills. I think they didn't work. She's nauseaus but no fever, no throwing up, just feels crappy. Okay, Wed. I take her to school even though she doesn't feel well but she's able to make it all day. Thursday I take her to school (40 minutes to school, 35 minutes to work). I'm at work about 1 hour, school calls, I have to go get her (35 minutes to school, another 40 minutes home). I call His Royal Highness at his office before I left my office and told him that she was sick and one of us had to go get her. He informed me that he was busy and could not be free until at least 11:30. I go get Ryan and take her home. He is already there, sitting in his chair, having himself a cup of coffee. I get Ryan some med and then just go back to work. Last night it was obvious that she was still not feeling well, so I told him that she'd be staying home again today. Which should be a problem, because he DOES NOT work on Fridays. He informs me that he needs her to go to school because he wants to go to work to get caught up. I leave it at that and go to sleep. This morning, she's still sick. He's already up and dressed and sporting a terrible attitude. He accuses her of pretending to be sick just to miss school. She's in tears because she actually wants to go so that she can go to the movies with her friends tonight. It's a scene from hell. I told him to go on to work, I'd stay home this morning and then go in later when he's finished. No that doesn't suit him because he doesn't want to feel "pressured" to hurry back at a certain time. I did not say a time, I just said when he was finished. So I said, fine, I'll take a vacation day and stay home. No that doesn't suit him either. He pouts and says that he will stay home with her. Poor Pitiful Mel I give up and just get my clothes on and come to work. If I'd stayed there any longer I know that frying pan was going to contact with his head. Oh yeah, right before I left he cooked french toast for him and her. There was not any for me, but he puts on this big deal of asking me if I want some (knowing there isn't enough). I said no and then went to Hardees!

    I what to take out a full page ad in the paper that says

    All unattached women - run like hell from any man that looks like he's interested in committment!

    Should I use the larger frying pan you think?

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    That title is supposed to be Frying PAN to the Head but I'm so grouchy I can't type and it won't let me edit.

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    I'm sorry Pat. Men can be very insensitive and selfish at times.

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    I'm sorry he is being such a pain about all of this. Praying that Ryan feels beeter soon.

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    Fyring Pans WORK great!!!!!

    Now ask me how I know that!!!!!

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    Sorry about this Pat, hoping Ryan feels better soon!

    Julia

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    so remind me again which one is the child. Definately a frying pan job. ::wack::

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