Sunday, December 21, 2008

The Silent Treatment

Lately I've been having to give everyone the silent treatment. I really hate it. If I talk after I eat or take medicine (which I'm always doing one of) I can't seem to hold it down. I get frustrated because you don't realize how much you talk until you can't. So if you call and I can't talk, please understand why.

What you might be accustomed to is getting the silent treatment from my husband. Don't expect that to change. That is who he is. If you came over and he stayed in our room, that is normal. It's nothing against you. He does that to everyone. So if you come to visit me, and not him, don't be offended if he does not come out and chat with you.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I had to laugh at this one when you described how your husband is. My husband is exactly the same way! He always hides out in our bedroom when my friends come over. I've had to explain his behavior to everyone through the years so I definitely wouldn't be offended when your husband went to your bedroom!
Kathie

Rick Possert Jr. said...

I love your blog...my wife has stage IV melanoma, and is fighting the fight...seeing folks like you doing good inspired me. I was so inspired I started my own blog...check it out...thanks...Best of Luck and God Bless!
Rick P.

Miss Melanoma said...

Hey chicita, I'm so sorry that you're having to go through this. But I have to say that you're so inspiring and you never seem to let anything phase you. Please do whatever it takes to take care of you right now. We're all counting on that. You're always in my thoughts and prayers,

-MM