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#31 TammyWright

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Posted 05 December 2006 - 03:00 AM

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OMG - tammy - That made me laugh!

i hope nobody got offended...but if they only knew the saga!

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#32 Jackie

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    Posted 05 December 2006 - 09:34 AM

    I agree... let her sit in the bedroom. I will have nothing to do with drama seeking poor me individuals. And this is very clearly what she is doing. At this point she probably knows how wrong she is and is trying to devert the blame and instead focus everyones attention on pittying her. Nope, dont let her. This is not about poor FMIL. Dont feel bad. Show her that that tactic isnt going to work!
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    #33 TammyB

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      Posted 05 December 2006 - 10:30 AM

      Tammy that made me laugh, thankyou.. I needed it. The house was SO tense last night, she really is acting like a little baby. Even stupid stuff like how we get the coffee ready for the next morning, she usually sets it up and in the morning I put the water in and start it. Well she's not even doing that now. Piss on her, I'm not going to buy into her stupid games, Cain and I know the truth and if she wants to cry and act like I'm the one who deserves all the blame then whatever, I refuse to buy into it any longer.

      I spoke to my sister about her MIL (she a peace of work too) and told Cain and he said him and Mark (my sisters husband) need to go out for some drinks.. lol.

      #34 LCBride2007

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        Posted 05 December 2006 - 10:54 AM

        it really sounds like you're the only mature adult in the house right now! i can't believe a grown woman is acting like that - and especially when you've been so nice to let her live there. i hope once she sees cain isn't going to put up with her b.s. either, she'll see what she's been doing, apologize, and grow up!

        #35 TammyB

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          Posted 05 December 2006 - 11:23 AM

          Thanks Ann but I won't be holding my breath on that one. She's the type of women who is never wrong and will always point blame on someone else, so I don't really think much will change out of all this. If she's so freaking uncomfortable living with us/me, she can move in with her sister, but I don't see that happening either so instead I'm sure she will just make my life hell until she moves out.

          I'm still shocked that a women in her 50's is acting so childish. I keep thinking there has to be more to this, like the "loosing her son" thing. Maybe that's a part of it or maybe she's use to controling peoples lives and I won't allow her to come into our home and take over... Maybe she feels she can mother me like she does her son, and with that go through all our stuff. But she needs to learn that's not normal and any normal person would have a problem with it. Shoot she's lucky I even said OK for her to move in, how many people would let their FMIL move in after they have only been in there first home for about 6 months?

          Ok maybe I'm still a little pissed.. :-) Just a little..

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            Posted 05 December 2006 - 12:19 PM

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            oohh...maybe you and cain can finally have sex...in the living room, on the kitchen table...yeee haw!!
            OMG - tammy - That made me laugh!

            But really- it's so true - it's not like you TammyM haven't been GREATLY inconvenienced. For that same person to then turn around and be rude and disrespectful is just not OK.
            Heack yeah you have. I've never seen anyone be so disrespected by a house GUEST- and that's what she is- a GUEST! I just can't imagine being so terrible to someone when I've inconvenienved them so much.

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            Thanks Ann but I won't be holding my breath on that one. She's the type of women who is never wrong and will always point blame on someone else, so I don't really think much will change out of all this. If she's so freaking uncomfortable living with us/me, she can move in with her sister, but I don't see that happening either so instead I'm sure she will just make my life hell until she moves out.

            I'm still shocked that a women in her 50's is acting so childish. I keep thinking there has to be more to this, like the "loosing her son" thing. Maybe that's a part of it or maybe she's use to controling peoples lives and I won't allow her to come into our home and take over... Maybe she feels she can mother me like she does her son, and with that go through all our stuff. But she needs to learn that's not normal and any normal person would have a problem with it. Shoot she's lucky I even said OK for her to move in, how many people would let their FMIL move in after they have only been in there first home for about 6 months?

            Ok maybe I'm still a little pissed.. :-) Just a little..

            I just don't think it's a good situation for 2 women to live together in the same house- especially if it's one woman's "territory" (yours) and especially if the other woman is a beyotch (sorry, Tammy that came flying out before I could stop it). So, the obvious solution to me is that it's time for her to go...
            If only we'd be so lucky...

            #37 TammyB

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              Posted 05 December 2006 - 12:32 PM

              So my mom called last night and wanted to know if I would throw Christmas, I said no problem but I've been thinking today that with all the drama from Marty maybe it's not such a good idea. What do you gals think?

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                Posted 05 December 2006 - 12:43 PM

                I would hate to see you let her affect your holidays like that! Maybe Marty can use a little Christmas Spirit in the house - maybe it will give her a chance to see that she needs to embrace her new family ... including YOU! If she really is a lonely woman, and that's part of the reason she's acting like this, maybe she'll see that her behavior is totally unnecessary.

                #39 destinationbride07

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                  Posted 05 December 2006 - 01:19 PM

                  Tammy I hope things get better for you and go make woopy in the kitchen!

                  LOL that was funny :)

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                    Posted 05 December 2006 - 01:20 PM

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                    So my mom called last night and wanted to know if I would throw Christmas, I said no problem but I've been thinking today that with all the drama from Marty maybe it's not such a good idea. What do you gals think?
                    I say have your xmas! If she wants to act out like a kid let her. This is your home and this is what happens in your home: happiness!




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