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Odd socks! What was your final straw?

(10 Posts)
startingover231 Tue 04-Oct-16 22:52:54

The last two years have been a real roller coaster, cheating H, abandoned, divorced, DD's overdose ( now much improved!), met lovely new DP 😊recently dad passed away after a long illness. All of these things I've survived with varying degrees of success , but today I found myself sobbing my heart out over odd socks!
It just got me wondering what is/was the one daft thing that was your last straw?

springydaffs Tue 04-Oct-16 23:05:24

So glad to hear dd is ok now. Give her some flowers from me [heart]

And you for all you've been through flowers [heart]

springydaffs Tue 04-Oct-16 23:10:07

I recently had chemo and put my head down and got through it - as you do.
Near the end of the (6 month) treatment the permanent line for administering the chemo got blocked and they had to do it in my hand. God it hurt. I cried buckets and buckets and buckets. Fair howled, actually. Bit embarrassed about that now but I hadn't cried much, or at all, up to that point. It had to come out.

startingover231 Tue 04-Oct-16 23:11:27

Thanks springy, mumsnet helped me in the dark days more than I ever thought possible, still can't find the odd socks though 😂

springydaffs Tue 04-Oct-16 23:11:52

I think when we are going through something exceptionally tough we get a face like flint to get through it. Then when it's over it all comes out - the shock and horror and trauma

That's what I'm finding, anyway blub

startingover231 Tue 04-Oct-16 23:14:47

Oh springy! That makes my odd socks blub even less significant! But you're right we all need an outlet from time to time! I hope your treatment is now complete and you're over that hurdle.

MrsJayy Tue 04-Oct-16 23:18:10

Great to see you are out the other side starting its usually the small things ive had a tonne of crap (not literally) thrown at me operations ill health etc all brave and strong but i once burst into tears cos i couldnt do up my jacket zip it stuck ended up on the floor a snotty mess stuck in a jacket blush tbh socks often send me over the edge

ProseccoBitch Tue 04-Oct-16 23:20:21

I absolutely sobbed my heart out at the 'tell me about your happy relationship' thread late the other night. Not in a happy way.

springydaffs Tue 04-Oct-16 23:21:54

New baby, couldn't plug in the kettle because babe over one shoulder and needed two hands. Cried like a, er, baby.

springydaffs Tue 04-Oct-16 23:22:35

I'm alright now, thanks. All done and dusted. Gone the fucker

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