My eldest daughter shocks me.

@marguicha (103860)
Chile
August 11, 2016 8:34pm CST
I invited my eldest daughter along with my grandson for lunch on Sunday. I will have visitors on Saturday night and I invited them to awesome and delicious leftovers, including appetizers. She agreed and told me that she would bring me a cheese pie. Just now, when I was mylotting peacefully, she called me. She asked me whether the invitation was on Satuirday morning or on Sunday morning. I YELLED!!! I never invite her on Saturday to begin with, because she works. She arrives then at 3 PM and just wants to take a nap after lunch. But now they were invited to discuss Diego´s stay with me so there is no nap or late lunch. Besides, my grandson Diego (15) is a sort of big spider. He sprawls his very long legs in my living rooms sofas. I couldn´t possibly have him before the arrival of my visitors. We have talked tihs over several times. More than we should, really. She has a pad where she keeps everything under control as she has patients to see. Why didn´t she write down ol ´mother´s invitation? How are your children? BTW, my "child" is over 50.
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@responsiveme (16873)
• India
12 Aug 16
She will always be a child to you. She must have had other things on her mind
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@marguicha (103860)
• Chile
12 Aug 16
She has a lot of work to do as she is going to see her 2 oldest children who are in Europe. The father of her younger son (I´m having him with me while she is away) is a pest and has been bothering her since he knew that she was leaving the country. I understand, but I had to vent a bit. I did not want her to feel guilty. She isn´t.
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• India
12 Aug 16
@marguicha this is the best place for it. You did write about her going to Europe. All good wishes to her
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@marguicha (103860)
• Chile
13 Aug 16
@responsiveme Thanks, friend. I hope she has a wonderful visit. And I want her to know that she need not worry about Diego.
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@bella556 (22)
• Kalamazoo, Michigan
12 Aug 16
I think I would have set up a different time for your visitors to come. The other part is your daughter and grandson should have come to spend time with perhaps the following weekend. Your child is over fifty and she knows better.. I think your daughter just wanted to be in control of your home when your friends came over to see you. She should have wrote down the invitation. My son and daughter are 39 and 26.
@marguicha (103860)
• Chile
12 Aug 16
My daughter is going to be out of the country by that time. That´s why I invited then now as I will take care of my grandson for 3 weeks. I need to talk with them about the rules of the house and about what Diego will need too. I agree that she should have written down the invitation. But she has been full of work and Diego´s father has been a pest. By no means anyone of my daughters ever want to take control of me or my home. They are very respectful. She was just absentminded now and I told her what day it was.
• Kalamazoo, Michigan
12 Aug 16
@marghi.uicha hi. I do apologize for making in correct statements about your family..
@marguicha (103860)
• Chile
12 Aug 16
@bella556 Don´t worry. But I had to explain to you. My daughters are nice and respectful. This is a very special situation.
• Israel
12 Aug 16
I have no children. so I don't know
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@marguicha (103860)
• Chile
12 Aug 16
Judging by your profile, I would call you a daughter, according to your age
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@rina110383 (24069)
12 Aug 16
I don't have children.
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@marguicha (103860)
• Chile
12 Aug 16
My daughters married early, just after they finished their studies.
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