- Age / Gender:
- 24, Female
- All Stats >
Hey yall! lol, no im not southern. name is cheryl, i write fanfictions, and i draw, so hopefully i can get those one here XD i do swear a lot, i mean, what the fuck, i cant fucking swear? see. lol. im a bitch. and i dont care what you people think of me.
- Community Stats
Level 5 Blank Slate
Ranked as Civilian
Contact Info / Websites
Well I'm irritated now, I was right off pissed like there was no tomorrow, but after talking with my two best friends, a friend on Deviantart, a religious woman in town, my husband and daddy, I'm feeling better.
I'm mainly upset that:
1. No one even told me my nana was in the hospital. Of course, I understand the fact that NO ONE knows when you will die, so yes, I understand that other family members didn't get to see her. I have family in Idaho for gods sake, her son, his wife, and they're children. I have a uncle in Portland that couldn't come down. My siblings could have actually gone and seen her, you should anyways. When you have family in the hospital, and you can go down and see them, fucking go. How do you know something isn't going on that the doctors can't see? You don't.
2. That my sister pretty much had at me. I'm sorry...but are you the only grand-daughter that woman had? No. Did you have a chance to see her and were given MULTIPLE chances? Yes. Fear or hospitals or not, she can't exactly say that she didn't have a chance.
If I had known my nana was in the hospital, would I have gone down to see her? Oh hell yes. That truck would have been gone the minute I found out.
It's upsetting to me, I had missed my one chance to tell her I loved her and goodbye, even though we never knew she was going to die. Apparently the reason, or so I'm told by my sister, was that my mother thought it would over upset me. I got over upset because no one told me she was in the hospital.
I think that is a bullshit of a lie. Why?
1. When Nana had a heart attack when I was 14 and living in a group home, she contacted me and told me, even took me to see her.
2. When Nana had a stroke when I was 16 living in a group home, she contacted me and told me, took me to see her.
3. When Nana had both a heart attack and stroke when I was 20 and living on my own. She contacted me and told me, and took me to see her.
4. Everytime Kurt relapsed into his cancer, she called me and told me no matter where I was.
5. When Grampy had cancer and was dying, she contacted me and told me when I was 10 and I lived in a foster home.
6. When Anne died of a stroke, she contacted me and told me when I was 15 in a group home.
7. When Peggy died of a heart attack, she contacted me and told me when I was 16 in a group home.
Nana fell down and was put in a hospital. I'm 23. There is no difference then and now, and I will call her out on it, she can most certainly bet on it. And I will tell her that is a bullshit excuse because of the fact she's let me know in the past, oh, and I forgot one: When her mother fell both times in the last year...I knew. What made nana so different? IT DOESN'T.
My husband and friends are pissed that this upsetted me this much. Anyways, I'm thinking about visiting a friend to talk this with her, so bye!
Recent Game Medals
Total Medals Earned: 42 (From 16 different games.)