Now the kids are out of the house and she’s still too busy. She was sick, tired, achy, didn’t feel well, (insert favorite medical complaint here)…
I am so constipated I had to use a suppository again. The phone keeps ringing with sales calls and it keeps distracting me.
You just have control issues and can’t stand to see me enjoy my things.
What if they stop making that medication and I need it later? (referring to expired pet meds for a long dead dog, originally bought in 1974) 61. What if he visits but forgets to bring any underwear?
I just want to live all cozy inside a space filled with things I want, that I like, that make me feel safe. 4/28/08: “All this stuff belongs to you kids – we can’t throw it out! Women have been doing all the work since the beginning of time. Your grandmother was a child abuser and alcoholic and druggie and now I’m going to have the childhood I missed out on.” (How having mounds of papers and clothing and never cleaning up cat vomit on the floor could make up for a crummy childhood, I never understood.) 82. ”said about every self help book she owns(she owns over 280 no joke) 83. it’s expired.” Mom: “They might do the same discount again.” Dad: “Why can’t I throw away the years-old newspapers? You’re going to give this person that whole truckful of toys, baby books and diapers? My mum usually starts a conversation with “I am in utter chaos, the house is a mess and I have started to attack the bedroom” (that’s if I am coming over to her house). “Your grandmother is in her 80’s confronting her will hurt her feelings lets just wait till she dies the we’ll claen out the house!
5/2/08 message: “I was so abused and deprived as a child that I now have ‘abundance issues’. This is a household where there have not been children in well over 10 years. My mother has come home from a yard sale already with something totally useless and when I ask her why she bought it she says, “I’m going to sell it at a yard sale! The House: ” I’m helping the planet by not filling the landfills.” 87. If he knew I threw that out he’d have a fit, and I can’t deal with that right now.” 94.
I’ve made HUGE progress, but you just can SEE it because I’ve unpacked so much MORE now. I can’t get rid of THESE things until you and your brother go through them ALL and tell me what you want. Now, I can’t throw anything away in case someone wants it one day.” Regarding the “Cousin” excuse, I think it’s very likely my mom still has said object buried under years of junk.
My mom has specifically said that she was too much of an ‘intellectual’ than to focus on housework. That she was “too busy taking care of the kids” to clean.
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