Dreft; and Things Just Like It.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

What's Crazy?

My mom and dad both take medication for their depression. My mom started taking hers after my grampa died, my dad started taking his after he gave up cocaine without going through treatment and realized he had become an asshole.
The thing with my mom is that no matter how irresponsible she may be about certain things, she is on top of that. My dad is not responsible at all with his medication. He's a freakin diabetic and eats more sweets a day than most should have in a week. Long story short, he ran out of his "happy pills" and didn't get the prescription filled for more.
The end result: a visit from the cops. He went after my sister, my mom and I jumped in, the dog bit through his hand so he started to choke Woody. We were all screaming bloody murder. He didn't hurt any of us (humans) and I am pretty sure that the dog hurt him more than he hurt it. We got passed him and have been living at my gramma's ever since.
I talked to him this morning. A hell of a time to be displaced; this is my finals week. But I talked to him this morning and let him know that I can't take the fact that he doesn't listen to anything anybody has to say. I can't live day in and day out wondering if he took his pills or not.
In all honesty, I think I am depressed. All I want to do is sleep. But then, maybe that's because I don't really sleep well at night anymore.
I talked to my old assistant manager from LIDS. Turns out she's no longer there. Her father has cancer and has begun chemo. He can't help it, what he's going through. I feel bad for their situation, and it makes me more pissed off at my own. My dad can help his situation. He can take his happy pills. He can watch his sugar...

1 Comments:

  • what i was gonna add on about the dumb model is that she's like a texas beauty queen and didn't really like modeling. so she said, "If this modeling thing doesn't work out, I'm gonna go back to pageants because those teach you how to be a woman where modeling is more like a career." I'm still dumbfounded.

    By Anonymous Kassen, at 4:01 PM  

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