Thursday, June 10, 2010

Miss Pissy Panties

Warning:  This is not a feel-good post.
If you're offended by strong language, don't read it!

I've been upset since yesterday over a work matter/incident with a long-time client.  I wish I didn't let things bother me so much.  I've just felt sick over it and so mad I want to cry.  Some people say I overreact to things emotionally.  Maybe that's true, but it doesn't help any knowing I do.  I feel the way I feel and react the way I react, and that's that.  There's nothing to be done about it.  I'll get over it eventually.


I went to bed at 8:00 last night, and then got up and went straight back to bed this morning after feeding the dogs.  And I'm going to go back there this afternoon.  And again early tonight.  Because that's what I do when I'm upset...avoid any and all human contact and feelings.  That's where I'm safe.


I haven't mailed the winners' packages yet.  They're ready to go though.  I'll definitely have them out by the weekend sometime.  Maybe my self-exile from the human race will be over by then.

Have I ever mentioned I hate people?


Of course, none of this is directed at you my bloggity-blogging-bloggette sweetie pies.

16 comments:

  1. Dearest Pammy Sue.....For Gods sake... what happened!.. You sound totally bummed out... We will discuss your mood tonight at Crochet Council....perhaps we can intervene. When I get like your feeling I go to my bed as well...I call it Code Bedridden, sometimes thats all you can do though...
    Your Truly,
    QOW

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  2. I think the Queen likes to call those days... "bedridden" days.

    I highly recommend chocolate... carbs... and smutty gossip magazines...

    If you were a neighbor... I'd leave a slice of the oooey gooey butter I am baking in the oven on your door step...

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  3. Awww its okay, we all have those moments :) I fantasise bout a nice big stick with a pointy end and a rather high cliff.
    I do this pretty much each month when 'that time of the month hits' and it suddenly occurs to me that all the people I work with are @#$%%&ts (well it is 97% men here).

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  4. I ignore people too, cuz if I don't I will say things to them I regret. Life should provide umbrellas for days like this. Or maybe it does. Is chocolate an umbrella? Hope this passes faster than my moods do.

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  5. Sorry to read this, chin up :-)

    Wizz

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  6. I am the SAME WAY! I get very emotionally fired up & when I get that upset I withdraw BIG TIME.

    Vent all you want hun...you are in understanding company!

    Great big hugs,
    (¯`v´¯)
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    ¸.•´¸.•*¨) ¸.•*¨)
    (¸.•´ (¸.•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`♥Anita

    http://aseknc.blogspot.com/
    aseknc(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. I knew the QUEEN would come through for you today. Sorry, to say but you put a smile on my face tonight. I know that kind of mood, oh to well. I simmer along till I blow and watch the H..L out.

    Hope you have gone back to a slow simmer,

    Kate

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  8. Ah I know how you feel, and emotions are good to have but often betray us. I get so mad, and when I do I start crying- no matter where I am, or what I'm doing. Invariably I will be in a store or post office, even the car, and have an argument with my daughter, who sets off lots of triggers lately. And then I'm crying while trying to look at books, or finsih shopping. So if going to bed makes you feel better and gets it over faster, You go for it girl. Maybe a little chocolater the strong stuff 70% cocoa will help too.

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  9. I knew the QUEEN would come through for you today. Sorry, to say but you put a smile on my face tonight. I know that kind of mood, oh to well. I simmer along till I blow and watch the H..L out.

    Hope you have gone back to a slow simmer,

    Kate

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  10. I'm sorry you're going through this. I know it's not fun. Take care of yourself...Sharon

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  11. Isn't it just so funny how everyone of your followers feel the same as you? It's true!! Birds of a feather do flock together. I've always felt if I could just go to sleep, when I woke up it would be gone or better. I think that when you treat others the way that you want to be treated, then it really hurts when other people aren't. Hang in there Pam 'cause sometimes people just aren't worth it.

    Hugs XX
    Barbara

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  12. Skyping with you and Queen was quite possibly the beginning of a long, snarky, sweet, faithful friendship. I do feel more brave now that I see how very down to earth you are. Thank you for "getting me" ... especially for "getting us" and our quirky humor. We do wish you could take a plane trip to the Hoosier state... so you can take a trip to the norther parts to visit the primitive lives of the Amish... so much fun could be had.

    Your dogs were adoooorable... look forward to meeting up with them again real soon!

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  13. I'm exactly the same - served up quite a few mugs of STFU in my time too. Stand by what you have done or said if you know you are in the right - integrity is what makes a person who they are xxxxxxx

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  14. Pammy Sue: All I can say is..Been there..More times than I like to admit. The bed is my friend...I totally get it....Neicee

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  15. I am right there with you Pammy Sue. I seem to have gotten to a point where I am so dis-illusioned about people and just want to hermit myself away with my Mr. Lick Lick. He is the ONLY one that will not judge me, snob me, make me feel like I don't matter, make me feel like they are better than I am.....etc. I can keep on going, but I'm going to quit there. He loves me unconditionally and thinks I'm the greatest thing since fish and grits. For some reason I have taken to crying at the drop of a hat in the last year or so. Actually about 2 years. I used to be strong and not let anything bother me but the older I get the less strong I am. Mean people do suck and I think of things that would make them not feel so good but never act on them, only because I'm not that way, but it sure does make me feel better for an instant. My youngest sister sleeps when she gets like that too. We all handle it differently but the feelings are always the same. Don't you wish we could put them on an island together??? :o) xoxoxo
    Kat

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  16. When you're upset do something for someone else, you'll feel 10 x better.

    You actually might be able to do something about over reacting, if in fact you are. Keep telling yourself it's just work, and it's less important then world peace, less important then the terrible oil spills etc. Things along those lines will help you over time put it into perspective. If you tell yourself enough, you may start to believe it slowly and over time, you'll change.

    Sandy

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