Ive had a rubbish morning. My 9 year old has woken up with a fever and is full of cold and cough. I decided to keep him off school, but that then left me with the problem of who would take my 7 yr old son to school for me. I messaged a mum from the playground, who i had taken her kids to school for her for a week when she was ill. I consider her a close friend. She said no problem. But when she got here to pick him up she kinda grabbed my sons hand and had this awful fake smile on her face. She walked off, not even offering to bring him home again. I felt awful leaving my son to go to school with her if she was in such a foul mood. This is the lady who is always moaning at me to let her take both my kids to school when im not feeling well. I never have yet though. Nor will i now. Ive had to find someone else to pick him up. I woke up this morning in pain all over. Can hardly move my arms and have a cracking headache. Im hoping its not a flare starting up again. My other son will not be well enough to go back tomo. Im dreading finding someone to help. I know i shouldnt, but im half tempted to keep them both off. But then i'll have the school calling and moaning, so that wont work either! Oh dear...
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