AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH difficult child only had a half day today. I told him that I would take him job hunting today after he got home from school. He gets home from school and guess what? This isn't a good day to do "interviews" (not doing interviews, we're just doing applications today), I don't feel good and need to rest (his allergies are acting up. I gave him an allergy pill) Besides, I need a hair cut desperately (no he doesn't), I need a new belt and new clothes because I don't take care of my clothes and they are all either ripped or stained. (no s**t sherlock). I can't do interviews until I get all of this stuff. So I have him put the best clothes we can find in the wash and tell him we'll do his resume and then see how he feels. And it's not necessarily going to be interviews today as we are just going to go get or fill out applications. Ok fine....he agrees to that. But then he got a little out of sorts because when he sat down to work with me on his resume he 1) had his Gameboy in his hands (I can do two things at once!) and 2) sat about 6 feet from the computer but claimed he could still see the screen. I told him he needed to turn off the game and sit closer. Of course he refused and stomped out of the room. I followed and basically told him that when someone is trying to help him with something that he doesn't know how to do, it's not advisable to be mouthy and spit out attitude all over the place. As I'm typing this, he has come back and said he would do it but now he's going to have to wait until I'm done. And I'd be willing to bet money that if I take longer than he thinks is necessary he'll be complaining about that too even though he has no idea what I'm in the middle of. This is going to be such a fun day.