Tonight we decided to be brave. My job has an employee’s club that from time to time will host events in the local community. Well we moved out here with the sincere desire to be more involved in this club so we can maybe make some friends and not be house hermits anymore.
Well the employees club sponsored a Tubing Night at the local ski mountain. We actually thought we missed it because it got rescheduled due to extreme cold. Today I found out last minute that it was rescheduled for tonight.
Someone please tell me that I am not the only person who goes insane trying to get the kids out of the house? Aspie Teen did his usual passive resistive thing which resulted in the Tot having a meltdown while I was trying to get him and Chunky ready.
Monkey Boy was dressed and ready to go, but the Teen always drags his feet and causes chaos whenever he is forced to come anywhere with us. This time by refusing to help the Tot with his game. So we pile a screaming Tot, a squirming Chunky, a resistant Teen, Rocky the Service Dog, a harassed and overwhelmed wife and me into the van and off we go.
Well we got the Tot called down on the way , got there and got Monkey Boy and Aspie Teen going down the mountain while my wife and I stayed in the lodge with the Tot and Chunky cause the Tot wanted a cheeseburger.
Rocky was great, and it was a pleasant night although we didn’t really interact with too many co workers. .. since we’re still new here, we haven’t really broken into the social circle yet. But all was going well until we decided to take the Tot up the hill so he could tube down.
Well he decided he really liked the lift which took them up the hill. So much in fact that he didn’t want to stop at the point where he was supposed to and decided to throw a fit on his mom.
Aspie Teen came to the lodge and told me to go help his mother. .I couldn’t figure out where she was so I headed up the hill to find her. I almost died cause by the time my fat ass got up the hill I was so exhausted I could’ve fallen over and easily rolled down the hill. (I walked up the hill).
Well by the time I walked back down the hill and found them, the Tot was in full blown meltdown mode. I had to carry him to van. .. my co-workers did see part of the meltdown and seemed to take it graciously, but we’ll see what happens when I get back to work on Monday.