I have a biggie today. Fortunately, i called my sponsor and went to a meeting. The standard rule is that the kidds have dishes (Billy) and laundry (Amy). She managed to do the laundry (half-asseed) and he didn't do the dishes at all. He told me he slept until 5 PM, so it isn't his problem. (In the meantime he went out and got himself his own dinner but left the kitchen a mess). I told Amy that I was NOT going to cook because of the lack of follow through on her brothers' part. I called my wiffe and she said it isn't her problem either. So I said fine, I am going to a meeting, because this is the very same kind of crap that leads me to the bottle. I went to the meeting. I came in a few moments ago and I find the kitchen done and my daughter brings me a sliver of an entire quiche (no filling just a piece of crust and I was told by this little snot that that is YOUR dinner. We had ours, now you get yours! That is fine. I am so sick of being abused by the kids this way. I understand that they have resentments about me...but what in the hell gets into kids when I give a direct instruction that tells them that they don't have to follow directions? GGggggggrrrrrr!!!!!!!!
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