I just landed this great job. I also, in the winter, graduated from college. Me and my husband want to celebrate.
So here's why there is drama, or attitude about this.
I took a break from being super buddy buddy with my friends for a couple years, just so I can buckle down and get school done, and then find a job. One of my oldest friends, I'm 22, she's 25 and I've been friends with her since I was 4, when she was my neighbor. She would put indirect comments, or passive aggressive comments on facebook about friends, meaning me, shouldn't be there just when it's convenient, you should make time.
I would ask her about stuff and she would be really short or ignore me. SO I just ended up not talking to her, just didn't want someone telling me what I need to do when I had so much on my place. My son is 4, and I have a baby `15mos too, so I have my hands full with everything and more.
I was going to invite her but when the topic came up about a celebration dinner, she said it was tacky. I asked whats so tacky about celebrating a new part of my life? I just want to share it with people I care about because I realize how much I have checked out over the last 2 years. I really only had energy for me, school, and my immediate family.
Anyway convo ended on a sour note, so I was thinking maybe she really thinks this, but I don't so I want to still haven't, but I guess the real question is if I should invite her and her family? (*she has no kids, I was going to invite her, her brother, her boyfriend, and her parents)
Asked by Anonymous at 5:48 AM on Jun. 4, 2011 in Relationships
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