Somebody give me some advice on this monster. She asked that we go down and spend Christmas with her (me and my daughter) while her son was in a treatment program. I stated I couldn't because A. I couldn't afford the gas for the 300 mile round trip B. My car had major mechanical issues such as tie rods and ball joints that needed to be fixed, and C. My insurance and registration had just expired and I wouldn't be able to update it till after the New Year. So she says no big deal she'll send Christmas gifts to her grand daughter in the mail. So far it is February and no gifts have been received because she wants to give them to her granddaughter in person. She has canceled four separate weekend visits and hasn't seen her granddaughter since last August. She calls and states she's coming up this weekend so, once again all my plans and my daughters plans are rearranged to fit this visit and she calls late last night and cancels because she has to work. Is is wrong of me to tell her that I'm tired of rearranging our lives for phantom visits? I really, really, want to tell her to shove those visits up her ass. Another thing that pisses me off is she'll ask to speak to my daughter on the phone and tell her she's coming which only ruins my daughter's entire weekend because she was excited.
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