Crossing boundaries. Would you be angry??
Previous to today I told her how I'm getting my son then going to the school and he's excited etc. I had already arranged it with my work to leave a little early (told her that too). I also was going to be signing him up for the after school program.
So today I'm driving from work to the daycare and she texted me asking me if I wanted her to tell me my son's teacher and classroom. I pulled over to text her back and another text came in from her saying too late I already looked, then she told me his teacher. I was angry.
That was something my son and I were going to go. I understand being helpful, but I didn't ask her to or say yes. Why ask me and don't let me reply? I saw her at the daycare and she was like, did you get my text? I said yeah but I'm not going to tell Marshall because he's been looking forward to going and I also need to sign him up for the after school program. I said it as like a reminder like ... remember I said I'm going to do that lol.
One more thing ... so when I got to the school to check for his teacher etc, I received a call from a different friend who I texted earlier. This friend and I about a week ago planned to go together to find out our sons teachers. Last year they had the same kinder teacher. So anyways, She called to say she was still at work and was going to miss the cut off to see and if I could look and take a pic to send to her.
I didn't want to because I didn't want to be the weirdo snapping pics of the school list, but I agreed. So I did. I looked, found her son, then took the pic. I went back to my car to fill out the after school program paper and all of a sudden my son tells me he sees my friend. The one who asked me to take the pic. I looked up and sure enough she was there. I went up to her and she was like oh I decided to come. That means (due to the time she got there) she talked to me then got off, got in her car and came over. Rude??