I always hate calling in sick in the morning. I feel guilty telling my boss that I cannot be there to do my job for the day, even though (for the majority of the time) I am physically incapable of doing so. It also didn't help that I went to bed at 2am in the morning...thanks to my clogged up nose that made it impossible for me to fall asleep at night. Now that I am awake, I can't fall back asleep >.< no point either since the medicenter opens at 9 and I want to line-up before it opens to avoid waiting.
I found out that I absolutely suck at expressing myself when I am upset or frustrated. Maybe because I don't like being such a "woman" and getting mad at small things. I am upset because I have been sick since Friday but Bryan didn't make much of an effort to check up on my well being. I know I am a grown adult and I am capable of taking care of myself without him babysitting me, but it would be nice that he could at least take initiative and ask me how I was feeling. The only time he would ask me is after I text him superficial crap like "how are you today?" or "how's work?". His response would always be predictable and shallow like "aww" or "get better soon"...I kinda expected a little more conversation than that. Good thing I called in sick today...don't want to see him today. He is flying to rainbow for the week on Tuesday so I don't have to see him. Good.
I also behave very much like a "woman" because I want him to figure out on his own why I am upset. I expect more from him, and at this point he should be able to pick up cues that one word responses from me in text is not OK.
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