Sunday, April 3, 2011

TWIMC You Know Who You Are



To whom it may concern:

I know you seem to think that you can try to propose times to "meet up" and return our borrowed belongings that have suddenly become overdue at the termination of our relationship, but trying to insert places and times that fit your schedule do not always fit mine.

Perhaps you should, instead of creating new events and times and trying to squeeze them into my schedule, arrange meetings at places that you already know I have set time allowances for in my own schedule.

You should know my schedule by now, since the majority of it has remained the same for the past two years, which is only slightly less than the amount of time knowing each other's schedule was important.

I know that you seem to think that your schedule is more full than my own, your plans more important than my own, because they are, in fact, yours. You also seem to be under the impression, however false it may be, that your sacrifices were worth considerably more than my own, because they were, again, yours.

Remember, however, this: I am working two jobs, juggling two part-time jobs, currently trying to turn one into a full-time position. I am paying rent, insurance, gas, all expenses minus food and electricity, as well as owning my own car.

You, on the other hand, are attending school and living entirely upon the welfare of your parents.

My schedule allows for two things: work and rest from work. Your schedule is filled with school, homework, and social events, as well as rest from all of the above.

I will repeat myself: Perhaps you should, instead of creating new events and times and trying to squeeze them into my schedule, arrange meetings at places that you already know I have set time allowances for in my own schedule. Times that fall within the "rest from work" portions of my schedule.

Of course, you could always drop my things off at the house I'm currently renting space in at your convenience, for which you already have the phone number to insure someone is home, provide me with a cost estimate of the things of yours that I have not returned, and I can subtract them from the considerable amount of money that you owe me and have no timeline for paying back. I'll even print out a receipt.

Sincerely,
Never again yours,
Ace

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