Too many questions I can’t answer

It was fun visiting with the fiancée’s family and seeing them again. His mom is very sweet, his step-dad is very nice, and his sister … well, she’s crazy, but I can deal with her fine. She mainly just likes to talk about herself and complain and stuff, which I’m more than used to the few times I see my father. Christmas Eve nearly killed with the appointments I had in the book and the fact that every client was firm to deep pressure. I didn’t get out until past my shift and we didn’t get down to the hotel that day until 9pm.

Mainly, when I saw them on Christmas Day I was thrown a lot of questions I couldn’t answer, didn’t know the answers to, and I didn’t know what to tell them.

Stuff like when are you moving down? Where are you moving to? Will you move down with him first? Is it going to be easy for you to get a job? How does your family feel about this? How do you feel about this?

I could say after basically not answering these questions for hours and hours by the second day I was pretty burned out on it. Yes, I know I’m moving, no, I don’t know when, and no, I don’t think it’s going to be easy to get a job. He knows more answers than me, at least he has a job, and has maybe some sort of idea, I basically have none. I’m thinking I’ll give my work my 2 weeks right before my wedding and then head down with him after we get married. But, he will be moved down there first, I will move myself down there second, and that’s about all I know.

His family meant well, yet I hadn’t talked about our move this much at all so I found it draining. Plus, having to face the thought again and again of us being separated for those few months certainly didn’t help. So, it was a good Christmas, and I was happy to see them, yet I did wish we could have steered clear of the moving talk after talking about it for hours. We got a home-cooked Christmas meal (which never happens with my family) and spent a long time visiting with his mom. Plus, I got a huge Hatbox filled with all these products that I love which I got to open when we came back.

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  1. I think that Christmas in general, although it’s amazing, tends to be draining. I hope that this weekend finds you feeling rested!! 🙂

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    • Yeah, I totally agree with you, even if it isn’t with my crazy family Christmas does tend to be a bit draining no matter how much you prepare for it. I hope after your Christmas you are nice and rested too!

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