Still having IL issues.
dear Pipsy, hello how are you, and nice to be able to talk with you, although the rules forbid us to talk like we used to on a daily basis.
Yes I remember all the trials and tribulations with your husband and his parents who still dominate all of his time with, and we know that the time he was meant to go out for lunch with you, his visit to someone else was probably with his parents.
It just seems to be impossible to have any contact nor communication with him while his parents still have control over him, and I suspect even when they have gone, his skills in wanting to talk to you would be restricted, it's all about mummy and daddy.
Take pride in the work you do as I'm sure it would help so many people in the great effort you want to do, as well as helping the church. L Geoff. x
Hello, thanks for replying. I was basically 'venting' the other day. I have sort of gotten to the point where it doesn't really hurt. The other day was just another in a long list of putting me second. I thought I'd be working Monday, however I'm not. Hubby has asked if I'll join him for lunch instead. I was going to say no, then I thought, what's the use. He doesn't 'feel' like I do. He'd be disappointed, but it wouldn't affect him. I probably will go, although I did say, if I had a chance to work, I would (here's hoping). If I stay home, I've lost a chance to spend some time with him. Cutting off my nose to spite my face. His company is better than no company, I suppose.
MisterM's right, in-laws aka outlaws.