Saturday, February 11, 2006

It's just a sticker...




Since Chad has finally gotten his drivers license back he has taken over my suburban. It is absolutely making me crazy! He keeps his own key to it in his room and he always has a "need" to go somewhere...anywhere. Last night Mark discovered that Chad had removed my yellow scrapbooking moms logo that helped me find my suburban in a sea of suburban's in a crowded parking lot and replaced it with a small DC shoes logo. I am so mad at this point and decide to have a conversation with him about it at 3:30 in the morning to remind him just who's vehicle it is...MINE!!!! He tells me "it's just a sticker and you shouldn't have stickers on your car anyways" He did not just say this! I come back with the whole "IT'S MINE" again and tell him "then why did you replace it with one of your stickers?" I'm thinking he should have just been honest and said kids at school are making fun of me for driving around with a scrapbooking logo. I couldn't fall back to sleep for a long time because the words "it's just a sticker" kept racing through my head, making me mad all over again....GRRRRR!!!!! Teenagers are so hard! :o/

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

You should have smacked the face off his head.

Amy said...

Why does he take you car to school? What car do you use? If he was my kid this is what I would have done. And I guarantee my kid would have respect for me. After smacking his face off his head, I would burn his stupid gang-like sticker in front of him and then I would cut up his newly earned drivers license.

September said...

I have to agree. No way would I stand for this Jolene. I'd take my key back, or get Mark to get my key back and get some respect from that kid. Your car, your rules. He doesn't like them? Let him get his own car. Easy peasy.

Jolene George said...

smacking the face off his head isn't exactly legal so we went with follow our rules or lose all freedom. Seems to be working.