or CALL 303-444-7004 to get started right away!

 

 


A Divorce Busting® Coach can help you save your marriage, even when your spouse wants out.


Save your marriage singlehandedly!
Divorce Busting Telephone Coaching DISCOUNT
SAVE$30 -- 3-SESSIONS for ONLY $360
- valid until July30

CALL 303-444-7004
or to order online at the Divorce Busting Store
use code SAVE$30

A Message from Michele
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 9 10
Wonít Get Fooled Again #2868403
10/16/19 03:05 AM
10/16/19 03:05 AM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
K
kml Offline OP
Member
kml  Offline OP
Member
K
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
Going to see The Who tomorrow, hence the new thread title. Hereís the link to my last thread:
https://www.divorcebusting.com/foru...&Number=2858505&nt=11&page=1

We used to play Substitute in my old band, loved that.

My sister went home today, it feels like the hard part is just beginning for her.

CMM has a blood test in the morning - selfishly hoping he doesnít need more transfusions tomorrow or I might miss the show!

Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868447
10/16/19 04:09 PM
10/16/19 04:09 PM
Joined: Jan 2000
Posts: 27,555
Southern Maryland
job Offline

Member
job  Offline

Member
Joined: Jan 2000
Posts: 27,555
Southern Maryland
I hope all goes well w/CMM's blood test.

Yes, the hard part is just beginning for your sister. However, she knows that you are there for her. It's going to take some time, but she will work through her grief a little at a time.

Please take care of yourself.


Sit quietly, the answers will reveal themselves when you least expect them to.
The past is gone, the present is a gift and you need to focus on today, allow the future to reveal itself when it is ready.
Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868502
10/16/19 09:39 PM
10/16/19 09:39 PM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
K
kml Offline OP
Member
kml  Offline OP
Member
K
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
Well he had his blood test drawn over 4 hours ago and no emergency phone call, so looks like we will be able to make it to the Who tonight.

Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868546
10/17/19 04:19 AM
10/17/19 04:19 AM
Joined: Oct 2018
Posts: 1,513
D
DejaVu6 Offline
Member
DejaVu6  Offline
Member
D
Joined: Oct 2018
Posts: 1,513
Hope you had a fantastic time KML!!! You deserve it!!! (((HUGS)))


Me 51
H 46
B/G Twins 11
SD19
Legal SA - January 2019
Divorce filed - June 2019
Divorce final - November 2019

Together 14 years
Married 12 years
BD1 - May 2014
BD2 - September 14, 2018

Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868655
10/17/19 07:42 PM
10/17/19 07:42 PM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
K
kml Offline OP
Member
kml  Offline OP
Member
K
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
It was a great show - they had an orchestra onstage with them! So of course they did some songs from Tommy and Quadrophenia. For some reason I never realized how much taller Pete Townsend is than Roger Daltrey. They can't his the high notes so much anymore but Daltrey's voice still has power and they both looked so darn happy to be there. Zak Starkey was drumming for them (Ringo's son).

The opening act didn't introduce themselves and the singer got into a fight with the lighting guy right off the bat, making him turn off the spotlight, which resulted in the singer and band being almost invisible in the shadows for the whole performance. Eventually they played Wonderwall so I figured out it must be Liam Gallagher of Oasis, who has a reputation for being a jerk.

Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868836
10/19/19 02:15 AM
10/19/19 02:15 AM
Joined: Jun 2015
Posts: 3,687
Massachusetts
B
bttrfly Offline
Member
bttrfly  Offline
Member
B
Joined: Jun 2015
Posts: 3,687
Massachusetts
so glad you got to go.

One of my bestie's (the one who lost her son a few months ago) is driving as we speak to spend the weekend here. On Sunday she and I and three other friends are going to see Stiff Little Fingers. Small venue. I'm super stoked. They were fantastic last time I saw them (maybe three or four years ago).

xoxoxo


M 20+ T25+
S 15.5 (BD)
BD 4/6/15
H moved out 4/24/15
D Final 12/23/16
When God gives you a new beginning don't repeat the same old mistakes. It's 2020, anything could happen; eat dessert first!!!!
Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868857
10/19/19 05:31 PM
10/19/19 05:31 PM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
K
kml Offline OP
Member
kml  Offline OP
Member
K
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
I never regretted going to see a band, but have often regretted the shows I missed! Sounds like fun!

Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868872
10/19/19 09:07 PM
10/19/19 09:07 PM
Joined: Feb 2016
Posts: 1,852
J
JujuB Offline
Member
JujuB  Offline
Member
J
Joined: Feb 2016
Posts: 1,852
Very true statement. But the costs have gone up so much recently for tickets. Itís so depressing. I wish something could be done. I read somewhere that back in the 1960s to see the Beatles costed a price equivalent to a 40 dollar ticket today.


M: 42
H: 43
Twins age 5
WAH in summer
Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2868886
10/19/19 11:40 PM
10/19/19 11:40 PM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
K
kml Offline OP
Member
kml  Offline OP
Member
K
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
True for top tier acts, but thereís so much good music being played out there at venues that range from $10 -$40. Go hear some new music!

Re: Wonít Get Fooled Again [Re: kml] #2869081
10/22/19 12:07 AM
10/22/19 12:07 AM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
K
kml Offline OP
Member
kml  Offline OP
Member
K
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 15,902
Ugh - some OCPD craziness going on with CMM right now and honestly I have no patience for it.

I spend yesterday with my middle child who lives an hour away - he was having some serious mental and physical health issues and had to take a couple weeks off on disability from his new job, which he realizes he is going to have to leave. (Involves 4 hours of freeway driving in traffic daily and he has a medical condition that is making that very difficult.) He just needed some serious Mom time, comfort and advice.

CMM gets all bummed out and whines about how he feels like my kids are taking me away from him. (Seriously dude? I spend almost ALL my f-ing free time with you! I made a spreadsheet to whip out next time he complains of that, which shows that 92% of my free time is spent with him! He's the spreadsheet king so I'm gonna fight fire with fire. wink )

Anyway, this morning he comes down to breakfast in a snit, kicks a grocery store receipt that ended up on the floor (probably fell out of my son's sweatshirt pocket on his way to work) and complained about my son not picking up his grocery receipts. Then immediately also complained about the spoon rest in the kitchen not being cleaned. Mind you, CMM doesn't USE said spoon rest and it just had a little spot of dried food on it that my older son obviously hadn't noticed. All of this before any good morning pleasantries. I called him out on it and now of course at work I'm getting texts that he can't make dinner because the kitchen is too dirty etc.

Lest you think my son is a slob, I have a pretty good idea of what I will find in the kitchen when I get home - some clean dishes in the dish rack, a rice cooker that just hasn't been put away in its home in the garage, a very few crumbs on the counter and/or some minor grease spatter on the gas stovetop. If it's REALLY horrible there might be one item left soaking in the sink. (Mind you, CMM's plan for dinner involved grilling a steak on the backyard BBQ so he doesn't even need much kitchen counterspace. )

No, if he was financially able to move out I would have made him do so a long time ago. That's just not possible but I sure wish I could slip some Prozac into his coffee! He needs to chill the heck out. GRRRRRR.

Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 9 10

Moderated by  Cadet, job, Virginia 

Save Your Marriage! Schedule Online

Schedule a phone consultation with a Divorce Busting® Coach! Call: 800-664-2435 or 303-444-7004