My friends are going to need to call and make an appointment on Monday morning, just like everyone else in the neighborhood
Some of my friends only call me when they need help with their furnace or cooling machine. It’s really getting on my nerves, but I don’t know what to say. My friends are great and they are a lot of fun. We used to hang out all the time, before they got married and had kids. We would go to the bar and watch football all night long. By the time the bar closed, we would stumble into our apartment at two in the morning. Those were the days. Derek got married first, and then Trevor and Naomi. I’m the only left to shack up with a girl or guy. It makes me feel lonely and sad. Those guys only calling for free HVAC work doesn’t help much either. It’s not like I can say no either. These people are my best friends. I would move mountains for them. My girlfriend thinks I should stop answering their calls, but that won’t solve anything. I am supposed to go to a picnic at Trevor’s house on Saturday. His oldest kid is turning three, and we are going to celebrate with a pool party and chicken sliders. He already mentioned problems with the dehumidifier in the nursery. I guess I’m going to need to talk to my friends about relationship and it’s limits. My friends are going to need to call and make an appointment on Monday morning, just like everyone else in the neighborhood. I can’t keep spending my weekends off working for free. It’s making me feel used and unappreciated.