Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Reality: the hardest blow

Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer. -Sun Tzu

Just when I thought my best friend would show up. Just when I thought I was not alone in the universe... and I thought HE would be here... I was met with the hardest words I could hear from someone, especially Him. "What do you want ME to do? It is not MY fault YOU can't sleep, YOU are crazy!"

He who sleeps peacefully, snoring,  and NEVER worries about the wellbeing of his daughter (or all of her previous 29 months of existence) because the "crazy" betrayed, isolated, bi-polar, orphaned chic, that you happen to sleep with once in a while, has it covered. You trust the "crazy" chic with your baby, sober or not.  (OH AND she has TWO orphaned children that mar your existence and pay your way with their SSI.) Your  baby's momma, can't sleep, does all the emotional work and your laundry and sugar coats your existence. Fuck your paycheck, YOU are crazy. What do you want ME to do?



  1. I hate that comment. 'You are crazy.' It's dismissive, rude and oh so easy to say. I'm not sure if this person is a friend or enemy, but keeping your enemies close might not mean keeping them inside your home. Take care of yourself. You are loved. Sounds like you've got some thinking to do.

  2. I think it's good you write this out and post your feelings, it becomes a vent pipe to outlet some pain.


  3. Those words that were spoken to you sound so hurtful. Maybe it's time to rethink the situation and not participate in the dance with this fellow.