I decided to allow difficult child to go bowling this morning without bowling buddy so he could make up for last week's day camp. Diva refused to take him and said it wasn't fair that she had to have buddy without difficult child to help entertain him because she has an out of state friend here for a few days. So, I told her that if I had to come home to get difficult child to bowling that she would not get paid for today. So, she got up and took him (after a few very unacceptable words to me). I gave Diva money to take buddy and her friend to lunch somewhere. That filled in the time that she had to watch buddy as well as made sure he was fed before his mom picked him up. difficult child ate at the bowling alley and I picked him up about 12:15 and headed to Fargo one hour away. I dropped off husband's mail. I had him standing outside as I drove by since I didn't have time to park and find where he was working at. difficult child's 1st appointment was with psychiatrist. We are changing from Flouxetine to Citalopram (Celexa). psychiatrist thinks that difficult child's "heat rash" may actually be a rash from the Flouxetine since it is really not clearing up well. He asked what I thought about Zoloft or Citalopram. I told him I was hesitant about Zoloft because it is so controversial for kids (even though Flouxetine is also and it works for difficult child). Anyone with insight on Celexa, please share. difficult child then had an appointment with therapist. That appointment went over the time limit (unusual to do so while things are going well). therapist gave difficult child some ideas on how to prepare himself for the NYC trip. We also talked about how parents do not always have to explain all their decisions. Anyway, it was a good appointment. Very productive for difficult child. (Isn't it cool when an therapist appointment is so beneficial so soon and difficult child comes away showing that he learned something?) So, that left us running late to get back to town with a new prescription to fill. I needed to stop and fill up with gas so difficult child changed into his baseball outfit at the gas station. I dropped difficult child off at the ball park and headed to the grocery store to fill the prescription. Diva brought diva puppy (dressed in team color bandana) and her friend to the park. When it started to rain, Diva took diva puppy to her vehicle and then came to where I was standing to say she just lost her spare key to the jeep. She searched for it on the way back to the jeep but did not find it. She had it in her back pocket! Ugh very big time Ugh. When she got home, she looked there and then called me. I had also searched the park with no luck. I asked what was on the key - was it a lone key or a chain attached? "It is dad's spare set. There are lots of keys on it!" I just lost it at that point. This is the second LARGE set of keys she has lost this Summer. How can someone be that irresponsible? And to loose husband's keys! I can just SCREAM - which I did at her. I told her to get back to the park and start searching. (I am sure she has not) I went to a meeting at church and she called. I told her I did not want to talk to her until she found BOTH sets of keys - this is getting ridiculous! She texted me to say she had found the 1st set (keys to the gym she goes to along with whatever else she had on the set). She then asked who someone would turn keys into if found. I told her if found, people would just keep walking past them - there is no one to turn keys into. I told her she could call Parks and Recs and ask that their cleaning crews keep an eye out. She can also PAY for a lost and found ad in the paper. She has an appointment out of town right away in the morning. I will take the boys back there in the afternoon to do another search. Maybe if someone finds them they will lay them on a table in the park? I am just sickened that she would be so careless as to loose husband's keys. So, as this was unfolding, a fellow church board member asked me how my day was going! I told her besides lost keys, it is going well! (See, sometimes I can be super angry at one thing and still enjoy the rest of the day!) I need to get to work early again tomorrow. Bowling Buddy will be dropped off at our home and the boys will be alone for less than 1 hour (they are both 12 years old and can do well). I will then pick them up about 9:00 and drop them off for bowling camp with money to get lunch. I may have to leave work early again so the earlier I get in the better tomorrow.