By heartless - 11/03/2010 21:07 - United States
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I would say that the OP is lucky that her mother is not extremely sad at the fact that her child is leaving one day. My mum cried for the entire 3 days before I moved out on my own. She still calls me once a week, writes on my Facebook wall, and shows up at my house for surprise visits. I would have been fine with my mum putting dolls in my old room, instead of leaving it exactly how it is, you know, just in case I ever decide to move back into the nest. ._.
@D: (Just realized I have no idea what your name is, btw) Yeah, us college kids have it rough. LOL Eventually though, our moms will stop trying to be a part of our everyday life and let us do things on our own. Hopefully sooner rather than later. I swear, the next time that my mom asks to go to a Frat Party with me, I will change my number and delete my FB. Like I said, the OP is the lucky one.
Not funny. Dolls are scary. I was once knew a guy who was really afraid of dolls, so his roommate hid one in the shower. When he went into the bathroom, he screamed and jumped out a window, and into a woodchipper. Don't worry, the guy deserved it. He sometimes went seal clubbing, which is somehow considered a sport. So if you find this funny, don't worry. You won't go to hell.
Maybe you are one.
Just like I'm sure you've told her that you can't wait until you're eighteen to move out and be on your own.... Is it so weird for your mom to have a conversation with you that you turn running the other way? or are you upset that she's exciting to soon have a room for herself/her stuff? Idk, I think you're overreacting. It's not like she said she's kicking you out, and it's not as if she would keep your room exactly the way you kept it once you are moved out anyways.