I'm over it

I'm over working. Almost 40 years of being a wage slave is plenty, isn't it?

I'm over holidays. They're a distant memory of another life.

I'm over late nights out. If my children need me at bedtime, I'll be there.

I'm over having a nice car. Just don't make me drive an automatic.

I'm over watching the telly without interruptions. That's why I go to the cinema.

I'm over expecting good health. Just give me pills that work.

I'm over getting a full night's sleep. No-one expects me to be awake anyway.

I'm also over having special needs dictate where and how I live my life. I'm over it.


If this affects you too, how do you deal with it without resentment?




6 comments:

  1. Yes, there are certainly times that 'I am over it'. The difference between you and me is that I can get some respite and that respite helps me get through. You are stuck in a forever situation. You need to have some space just for you.... and a few hours here and there just doesn't cut it. I wish I lived closer because I would definitely come and teen sit so you could have a couple of nights/days away. xx

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    1. Exactly: and in fact I may be writing more about this later in the week! Thanks so much for reading and commenting once again xx

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  2. Hugs. That's all I can say really. It must be so difficult and I can understand any resentment.
    I do hope there will be some light ahead in the future xxx

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    1. Thanks, and you know that your good news always helps to keep me going xx

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  3. I'm with you, even though my situation is not nearly as difficult as yours. I hope you get some real support and opportunities to recharge soon. Your write very well.

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    1. Thanks so much for reading and commenting and I hope that things improve for you too x

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