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26 January 2009 @ 12:47 am
And Now I Remember What Being Twelve and Living At Home Feels Like...  
No, not really. It just sort of feels that way.

Anissa's older brother and his 14-year-old son arrived this afternoon for a six-day stay. He keeps a completely different schedule from ours, I'm working most of the week, and the pair are sleeping in the living room, so we really can't go into that half of the house after they go to sleep for fear of waking them up. Have I mentioned yet that he's going to bed when I get home? *headdesk* Which means, for all intents and purposes, that we're under bedroom arrest after we get home from work. And we'd better get home early, since dinner will have to be made and eaten by midnight.

Still, it's nice to have him here for the visit. I just wish they were staying in a hotel.

If no one hears from me this week, it's because of the company we have, although the chapter will be up Saturday. (Beta team, we're going to try to have this out to you as soon as possible. We'll have it in Thursday at the very latest.

*goes to take a Xanax*
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Gracerepmetsyrrah on January 26th, 2009 09:10 am (UTC)
Lol, that sounds a bit annoying. Personally, I have this weird thing about guests staying at our house- namely I can't stand them. We just had my Mum's friend stay for two days and while she also slept in a room that prevented us from going downstairs at all (where the computer and TV are :( ) her most annoying trait however was her ability to talk and talk and talk and talk and talk and...um, you get the idea.

Lol, sorry for the mini-rant. I hope your guests are better than ours was :P
Lois: Lois :: Ohfuckkalalanekent on February 2nd, 2009 05:11 am (UTC)
Seriously, other than the fact that Ray's son is a sweetheart (whether he hunts or not) and St. Augustine was nice since I got to spend extra time with Anissa, but the cons TOTALLY outweighed the pros on this one. I didn't get to eat a normal meal or sleep the right hours all week. Not to mention the fact that the living room was totally off-limits.