I am tired, exhausted, desperate for this pain to fade away. I cannot wait for tomorrow when I have a counselor appointment. My in-laws (outlaws) live 90 miles away from me and have just emailed asking to take the 3 older kids this weekend and they need an answer ASAP. Frankly, I just want to be left alone for a while without dealing with them too. Sending the kids there always seems to be more work for me than just keeping them here. Probably because the youngest doesn't get to go. And why doesn't he get to go? Because they do not know how to care for his diabetes either. I want the world to stop and let me off. So, how can I politely say no? Is there anyway I can ask them to give me my space for a little while?
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