Tuesday, October 9, 2007


I mentioned a couple of posts back about wondering whether or not closure was needed when ending a friendship. Is it necessary to say "I am no longer friends with you and here's why..." or do you just let it fade away and avoid drama? If someone has done something that you just cannot condone, that crosses the line so much that you can't ignore it, that you can't pretend that it isn't happening, what do you do? Do you quietly walk away? Or do you confront your friend? Which is worse?

On to other topics...

I think part of the reason I've been getting headaches is from not eating enough. I'm eating the same I was before but the Princess is not. She's nearly doubled how much she's been nursing. I don't think I can hold out until 6 months to give her cereal. :-( This saddens me. I'm not starting it before her surgery though... which means that in the meantime it's all ME all the time.

It's funny to think that last October I was worried because Isaac was having his surgery (his first) and now I've got the Princess's surgery on Monday. I was also puking every day. Apparently October just sucks ass for me.

Moo time is over. Back to "work."

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Bee said...

First of all, let me just say how stupid I felt after I posted in response to the "closure" thing the first time around... I cannot believe I was confused about the person to whom you were referring... D'oh! Still, I think that your feelings should dictate your actions... If it would make you feel better to get things off your chest, you should speak up... If it would only reopen the slowly-healing wound and not provide any sort of comfort, just let it be... I don't know I am one to be giving advice in this regard, though, since I am currently wondering how to deal with my mom... Is it possible to just let things fade away? I am not so sure how I would handle literally telling her, "I'm done." But I am... So, yeah... Maybe one of us will figure out what works for her