By NoThanksGrandma - 20/11/2011 07:37
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The way this is written makes me want to shit in ops mouth
When I was younger, my grandma beat me and my siblings with belts and wooden spoons. We have scars on our backs. She also enjoyed telling us just how much our parents didn't love us (that's why we lived with her). Eventually CPS came in and got us out. Point of the story: not all Grammys are all cookies and hugs.
I lost my grandpa to cancer when I was 14, he had helped raise me since I was born. I thought he was going to be there for me to get my license, go to prom, graduate high school, see my get married & have kids etc. People don't live forever, but I tried to believe they do. It hurts hearing my friends bitch and complain about their grandparents when I would do anything to have my grandpa back. I only have my Grandma now. I love helping her out 'cause she's all I've got. Be thankful, OP.
40. You CAN'T stop yourself from throwing up it's a natural reaction! What was op supposed to do? Who said her grandma was there for her when she was young? If she was who says she didn't HATE changing diapers? This is a disgusting situation and if she absolutely can't do it her self she needs a nurse or to be in a home. But saying anything but awww with a slacked jaw will get me thumbs down after all silence the dissenters.
Remember karma, if you say no now, your grandchildren will say no to you as well. Appreciate the family you have. Some of us would love to help out our grandma. Too bad she died of cancer. Point being, cherish your life, and the life of those you love. The last time you talk to them could be the last time.
quit whining. she obviously needed your help. grow up.
She was probably embarrassed to ask you for help too, I'm sure she wasn't excited about it either.