From then on it was just all the little things. Like staring at me every time she passed (creeper much? or is it just that I'm soooo beautiful-psh yea right), not only looking at my computer but reading the screen (what happened to privacy), touching my stuff (someone called my lifestyle ordered chaos- I throw stuff around randomly but I know where it is- if you move it how am I going to know where it is?! Especially if I keep all my stuff on my side), putting shea butter in her hair and not washing her hands after: touching a bunch of other stuff- effectively making doorknobs and sink handles oily and sticking pieces of her hair to the wall with the butter.
Then Girl B graduated, so there was an opening, and girl D moved in. She seemed kind of nice. Then Girl A moved out saying that girl D was too loud. Girl A is a bit of a drama queen so I didn't believe her until I was rudely awakened one morning by the loud thuds of girl D in the living room shifting around books. I'm a medium sleeper so it's not so easy to wake me up. Girl A is a deeper sleeper than I am. I finally understood and I owe girl A an apology. Then all of girl D's loudness was noticed. Like how she has super loud alarm clocks that can be heard in the living room with 5 different tones/ songs. Like how when she does ANYTHING (walk, wash dishes in the morning, move, ANYTHING) it's super loud. When she talks she screams. People are sleeping, shut up. Also, she says she wants to be a doctor. I'm scared. The girl is half blind and deaf- or at least she seems like it. She's sooo focused on keeping things clean, but she doesn't realize that she's making new messes. BIG things will drop and she will have not seen nor heard it. Like how in the convenience store she brushed past and a thing of starburst fell and she just did not notice. Or when she was taking something out of the fridge and a big chunk (half a fist) of veggies fell out. She will be the surgeon to leave the scissors in a patient's stomach.
ALSO, she eats my stuff without asking, who does that. She ate my half gallon of ice cream without me even noticing. I was more upset about the not asking than the ice cream (diabetes runs in my family). Told my parents and they used the chinese saying "flowers in the field smell better than the flowers at home". Traditionally it's used to mean something like other people's wives look more appealing than your own, but my mom applied it to food. LOL. Told mom there was no need to replace it, just a few weeks and this'll all be over but she replaced it anyways ^^. And gave me strawberries. I really have to thank her this mother's day.
Girl C just walked in and closed the window I had open (it is such a nice day out) then she walked right back out. I was like.. uh... I wanted that open. So then after half an hour I opened it right back up. Good thing too. She came in after a shower and assaulted my senses with super fragranced stuff. It's not even smells that go nice together, they all clash. Stuff that smells too strongly always burns my nose. She didn't look too happy about the window, but like I care. Once when I had been studying the entire day for an exam the next day, she came in loudly talking on the phone. Why can't you do that in the living room. Why. I even used earplugs and played classical music on top of that. Didn't cover it fully. I couldn't go into the living room cuz girl D was there making her loud noises too.
All these little things (and more!) just annoy me to death. And I'm just trying to get through these last few weeks, UGH. I call my mom multiple times a week now. I've never called her so many times in the three years before combined. She really earned mother's Day this year.