Wedding Party Blues 

I know it’s tacky to air one’s dirty laundry in public, but I need to share this with people who can be as indignant as I am at the moment, who don’t directly know the person.

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What the hell is a dear john letter like that even look like? “Dear Emy, I found another bride to hang out with, best wishes, xoxoxoxo, A Jerk””

close. Though, I had always heard “dear john letter” in reference to an ending of something impersonally with little or no explanation, or a poor one



So when your best friend since infancy drops out of your wedding with a dear john letter out of the blue…

How many phone calls to her in a row is excessive?


2 months ago / 2 notes

Don’t mind me, i’m going to be over here having a nervous breakdown while feeling oddly comforted that yet again people i’m counting on are going to let me down for important events.

Though i doubt i’ll get over this any time soon.



Cramps + fibromyalgia = hell.

How is this fucking condition unqualified for disability?

Fffffffffffff

;_; still expected to work, though.

Query: if everyone’s concerned about my ability to sew due to my machine being “heavy machinery”, why don’t they have a problem, with me driving to work? A car is far more dangerous than a sewing machine.

/cranky



Once again, sorry for not being around. I miss you all terribly, but my overall life has taken a turn for the hectic and troubling.

I finally got a referral to see a neurologist. It only took my psychiatrist worried I have Dissociative amnesia to get it.

Hooray for losing time all last week, including my entire drive to work on Wednesday. 

My workplace and I both agreed it would be best for me to avoid the industrial machines (sewing and serger) and the rotary cutter til I get an all-clear from my neurologist.

fingers crossed that he can help me.



WHAT IS SO GODDAMN DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT NO BOYS IN THE GIRLS DRESSING ROOM AND NO GIRLS IN THE BOYS DRESSING ROOM. (costumers have exception since there are times when we can’t help it)

THIS IS BASIC STUFF. BASIC DIRECTION. I KNOW 4 YEAR OLDS WHO UNDERSTAND THIS. YOU ARE AT LEAST 12 YEARS OLDER THAN THAT AND SHOULD KNOW BETTER.

THERE ARE SMALL CHILDREN IN THIS SHOW. DO NOT WALK IN ON 9 YEAR OLD GIRLS TRYING TO CHANGE JUST BECAUSE YOU WANT TO TAKE A DUCKFACED SELFIE WITH YOUR FRIEND.



emynii:

So I realized I never posted about our newest family member.
Two weeks ago we took in pat’s sister’s dog. She came to the conclusion that with four small kids she couldn’t give him the care she wanted to. Ee talked for a few weeks about the situation, trying to find a solution that was in Blitz’s best interests.
So he came to live with us. She and the kids get to see him, and she knows how he’s doing.
Blitzkrieg is a 4 year old German Shepherd. He’s almost too smart for his own good and LOVES playing fetch. He’s getting neutered on the 2nd, so I’m hoping that he’ll be more willing to correct some bad habits he’s picked up. Like chasing the cats. Or pulling so hard on the leash that you need a death grip on the lead. Or jumping up to greet people.
But he’s lovely, and fun, and incredibly good natured.
And big. 98 lbs and he still probably has another 20 lbs.

Reblogging for the day crowd.

emynii:

So I realized I never posted about our newest family member.

Two weeks ago we took in pat’s sister’s dog. She came to the conclusion that with four small kids she couldn’t give him the care she wanted to. Ee talked for a few weeks about the situation, trying to find a solution that was in Blitz’s best interests.

So he came to live with us. She and the kids get to see him, and she knows how he’s doing.

Blitzkrieg is a 4 year old German Shepherd. He’s almost too smart for his own good and LOVES playing fetch. He’s getting neutered on the 2nd, so I’m hoping that he’ll be more willing to correct some bad habits he’s picked up. Like chasing the cats. Or pulling so hard on the leash that you need a death grip on the lead. Or jumping up to greet people.

But he’s lovely, and fun, and incredibly good natured.

And big. 98 lbs and he still probably has another 20 lbs.

Reblogging for the day crowd.


3 months ago / 5 notes / © emynii

So I realized I never posted about our newest family member.

Two weeks ago we took in pat’s sister’s dog. She came to the conclusion that with four small kids she couldn’t give him the care she wanted to. Ee talked for a few weeks about the situation, trying to find a solution that was in Blitz’s best interests.

So he came to live with us. She and the kids get to see him, and she knows how he’s doing.

Blitzkrieg is a 4 year old German Shepherd. He’s almost too smart for his own good and LOVES playing fetch. He’s getting neutered on the 2nd, so I’m hoping that he’ll be more willing to correct some bad habits he’s picked up. Like chasing the cats. Or pulling so hard on the leash that you need a death grip on the lead. Or jumping up to greet people.

But he’s lovely, and fun, and incredibly good natured.

And big. 98 lbs and he still probably has another 20 lbs.

So I realized I never posted about our newest family member.

Two weeks ago we took in pat’s sister’s dog. She came to the conclusion that with four small kids she couldn’t give him the care she wanted to. Ee talked for a few weeks about the situation, trying to find a solution that was in Blitz’s best interests.

So he came to live with us. She and the kids get to see him, and she knows how he’s doing.

Blitzkrieg is a 4 year old German Shepherd. He’s almost too smart for his own good and LOVES playing fetch. He’s getting neutered on the 2nd, so I’m hoping that he’ll be more willing to correct some bad habits he’s picked up. Like chasing the cats. Or pulling so hard on the leash that you need a death grip on the lead. Or jumping up to greet people.

But he’s lovely, and fun, and incredibly good natured.

And big. 98 lbs and he still probably has another 20 lbs.



odiedragon:

postllimit:

some of these people look so happy to be on what not to wear lemme tell you something if i got picked for that show first thing i would do is disown every single one of my friends and family like damn why you do that 

Dear Friends and Family,

Dear OP,

Honestly I would flatly refuse to get rid of my clothes no matter how unfashionable they are.

And the second I walked into one of those high end boutiques I would point out that none of those garments are worth what they’re asking simply because of the quality of the stitching, fabric type, and time to make said garment. Then walk into a fabric store, buy patterns/fabric, an industrial machine, a serger, and notions.

And tell them to take their pointy shoes elsewhere. I wear sneakers to work because I actively use my feet all day. And I need sturdy clothes to stand up to needle pokes, hat brims, scissor drops, presser foot raising, catching bolts of fabric, carrying boxes, and cleaning. I doubt a chiffon sundress would hold up to the abuse my jeans can.

Sure those people look fashionable, but I dare those hosts to orchestrate a daily wardrobe for a person who does manual labor all day.

Guaranteed comment: you’re a seamstress! Why aren’t any of your pants hemmed?
Answer: because I sew all damn day the last thing I want to do when I get home is hem jeans.


3 months ago / 3,801 notes / © postllimit

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Kelsey
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