I have a friend I haven't seen since May. She's pretty much the only person in a 50 mile radius from high school that I still talk to (I'm still in the area where I grew up--I just quit talking to all my old friends for a variety of reasons). I am moving 2300 miles away in 19 days. I have been very busy with planning the move, my job, finding and training a replacement for my job, finding a new job, etc. She does not work, but she also does not have a car. She normally stays with her boyfriend's mom, which is literally a 2 minute walk from my house. About 6 weeks ago, we made plans 2 weekends in a row to hang out on a specific night. Both times she blew me off saying she had other plans. I'm pretty pissed about that, because she has done bullshit like that for the 10 years that we've been friends. However, she has been staying with her parents (who live about 10 miles away) for the last 2 weeks or so because her grandmother was dying. Said grandmother has since died, her wake was yesterday. I've sent her a few messages sending my condolences and telling her that if she needed anything to let me know. I talked to her yesterday and she mentioned us getting together for a drink tonight at a local bar because she's burnt out and needs to get away. I talked to her this evening about 3 hours ago and she said that she was watching her younger brothers but that she wanted to get together. She wasn't sure when she'd be done, but she said she wanted to do something. She said she'd call when she is done. It's 10:30 and I still haven't heard from her, and I have to be at work at 8am tomorrow. Should I: A) call her and ask her what's up, B)let it go and try to get a hold of her tomorrow to make plans for sometime before I leave, or C) not call her and not attempt to contact her until she tries to get a hold of me like the passive-aggressive bitch that I truly am. I feel really bad because I know she's going through a tough time, but she's also been a really shitty friend to me and I'm pretty tired of all the crap.
If you don't care, um, are you excited that they're bringing back Futurama?