It's been a very long end-of-last-week/weekend. Visitors are very exhausting. Especially when they are older than you and want to "sight-see" but really what that means is that they have a vision of what they want and expect but WON'T SHARE IT with you.
Have I mentioned I don't know the sights and sounds of Seattle all that well? Okay, let me correct that one...I know specific Seattle stuffs, very well. But I can't be all things to all people. I have a more, shall we say, pedestrian-based idea of places to go and things to do. It might involve driving to a particular spot and walking a bit to get to where the actual destination is, but therein lay the problem these last four days...
I may have let people down since I couldn't be the tour guide they expected. See, somehow I was supposed to be all knowing and be able to change my plans to compensate for a certain lack of, let's say, ambulatory ability in one of the visitors. Ummm visiting Seattle and not being able to walk more than three blocks and not wanting a cane, wheelchair, or crutches and instead wanting everyone else to bend to your will? Hmmm.
Did I actually say, "Why don't you leave him home and we can go explore," out loud? Why yes, I may have.
If your hip hurts and I'm offering you a chance to soak in a hot tub to ease the pain and you refuse and then keep complaining? I'm not going to like you. AT ALL. Then commence to treat me like a stupid child because I'm female and you're convinced I must be blood-related to your GF, who is the ONLY reason you are here in the first place? Let's call it amazing you survived, old man.
Ahem, who said that? Sybil?
What was it Mark Twain said? Something about fish and friends? Well, if you're not even on the "friend" level? Don't push me. My patience with adults is infamous.