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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Heartbreak Hotel...

Since you all are on the edge of your seats wondering what is happening with The Boy and Middle Daughter I thought I'd give everyone an update.

They are over.

Sigh.

He asked her to go steady on the 3rd and on the 4th he was having ummmmmm "relations" with another girl in secret. The only thing wrong with that plan was that the other girl didn't keep it a secret. She bragged. Yep. So now there is much name calling...texting...my spacing...friend dividing...and phone calling. Are we having fun yet???!

The upside of all this???? The Capt and I come out smelling like a rose cause we were understanding and supportive of her choice of boy.

And can I just say that when a certain president said he did not have "that" kind of a relationship with you know who that he changed what some girls think of as ummmmmm relations! And....AND WHY WOULD YOU BRAG ABOUT SOMETHING LIKE THAT I ASK YOU??????????????????????????????????????????????????? I just can't wrap my brain around that one. What makes a 14 year old girl do that to a boy and then BRAG about it?????? I now understand why the fathers in 18th century ole' England got their daughters married ASAP. It's cause they, like me, were all done in. This teenagerie stuff can wear a body out!!!!

I am now going to have coffee and ponder the whys of it all.................................

5 comments:

anne bebbington said...

as a mum of another 15yo girl I can so empathise with you - it's harder being the mum than when you were the 15yo - btw I loved your post the other day about playing piggy in the middle between dad and daughter - my role virtually every day of the year!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

Hi, enjoyed this. The ex-President's attitude is universal apparently, I was just hearing about this at a School an hour away-and they were 14 as well!
Pleased you came out alright.
And, as a voraciuos reader od 18th Century stuff, they got them married to get them off their hands, but as long as the heir was the husband's things were pretty casual after that!!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

voracious!!

Rebekah said...

Poor Middle Daughter. The lessons we learn! Good for her as far as being strong, however, that is a given being the daughter of a woman who has super powers! Give her our love as we miss you all dearly!

Colleen Eskridge said...

I so appreciate the post Dawn.It probably felt good to the "the good parents". This will pass far too quickly, you'll blink and you'll be a very old lady with a house full of grandbabies. :o) Colleen