As today is Friday, I need to somehow keep my weekend FULL so my temptation to log onto World of Warcraft won't be engaged. I don't trust that Mark and I will be doing something every second of each day, so perhaps scheduling something with my friend might not be a bad idea. That is, if she doesn't already have plans. Also, Mark plays World of Warcraft, and that makes it even more tempting to play, but I don't want to tell him I've banned myself from playing, therefore making him feel he can't play either. That would be so unfair of me, when he is able to keep his playing in check.
Speaking of Mark, I'm kind of mad at him. He had a retirement party to go to after work last night, and then called around 8:30 or so, saying they only had snacks, and a few of them were hungry for a meal. He asked if it was okay if they went to dinner, and even asked if I wanted to come (of course I'm sure he knew I would say no). I was heavily drugged on Seroquel, so the details are a bit fuzzy, but I do remember that.
I woke up STARVING because I had only eaten breakfast yesterday, and at 1:00 -1:30a, Mark comes walking in the door. I remember saying "who has dinner until 1:00a?", and the fact that he smelled like liquor. As strong as the smell was, he totally could have gotten a DWI, but I was too out of it to analyze his actions. When his boss from Illinois comes to Texas, they all go out drinking. His boss is just like that, and it PISSES ME OFF! I'm not jealous because I want to do it, I just think that married couples shouldn't be going to bars without each other. And did he even call to tell me he was going to be late? NO! If I hadn't taken my Seroquel, I would have expected him home around 10:00 - 10:30.
Just what I do NOT need when I am trying to "kick the habit" of an online game addiction. Now that I'm writing about it, I am REALLY PISSED. I didn't realize how mad I was.
As a matter of fact, I think I'm going to call him this very instant....