your children leaving home? I'm sure that I will feel terrible when the empty nest syndrome happens (and I have only one super-sized chick), but there are some days when I would happily pack all of J's stuff, move it for him, still cook him meals several times a week and do his laundry - AS LONG AS HE LIVED SOMEWHERE ELSE! I guess all teenagers have the capacity to go from pleasant to grumpmeister in 0 seconds, but it can get very tiring sometimes, not to mention the fact that they are so bloody egocentric. This is why our parents encourage us to have children - not so they can get all gooey about their wonderful grandchildren, but rather so they can sit back and relish the fact that we are now going through the same frustrations that they went through when we were delightful toddlers and adolescents. Payback's a bitch!
Hubbie is ill - stop the world. How come when we're sick we still have to do the shopping, and the cooking, and the washing etc etc, but men aren't even able to get their clothes ready after they have a shower ::rolls eyes heavily::
Uni stuff over for the week, must now concentrate on 2 essays due in a fortnight - YUK!