Operation PCP is STILL underway. I received 3 more packages in the mail today. I lost count as to what I ordered from where, but I think Target stills owes me a few things.
I sent P's Grandparents (D's parents, Leaders of Crazy Crew ll) some flowers today. Yes, I spent my hard earned money (I AM a broke single parent) on flowers for them, the ones who have called me ONE time since P was born almost 4 years ago, the ones who sent presents for P to D's house in Louisiana, when SHE'S LIVED HERE WITH ME HER ENTIRE LIFE, the ones who made a fake effort to visit us while they were here in Germany. I know what you are thinking, but NO, I am not bitter~at all.
For the record, my dad (Leader of Crazy Crew I) and Mystery Wife (MW), the lady standing between me and my inheritance, got only a card from us (whole 'nother story).
If you need to buy something for the person who has EVERYTHING, I'm sure they'll appreciate a set of Gummi shot glasses.
Why would anyone in their right mind bid more than $125 for this Walmart gift card?
As I have discussed with Mary, (my virtual therapist~Love ya!) there is a belt thief in my house!! I know most families have a problem with socks disappearing. Not this casa!!
P and Crazy Dog have lost her one and only trusty leather braided belt from the gap. Last night I thought I'd encourage P put forth some effort to locate the missing accessory:
Me: If you are going to wear jeans tomorrow, you need to find your belt.
P: I'll wear a dress.
Me: It's too cold outside to wear a dress, look for your belt before dinner time.
P: I can't find it!
Me: PLEASE find your belt before bedtime.
P: (with her hands on her hips) I don't like your stinky attitude!
Needless to say, P wore a dress today, the belt is still missing, and I ordered another one.
I think I REALLY need to toughen up before you see us on a daytime talk show entitled 'Parents who are Scared of the Kid~It All Started with a Missing Belt'.
UPDATE: The belt has been located, no thanks to P or CD. It was on the back of the couch, wedged between the couch and wall, along with 2 pair of P's glasses. P swears I put it there.