Thursday, January 5, 2006

Where does one begin ( 2 in series)

This is 2nd in a series.....to read from the beginning click ~~> on this link  Where does one begin? (1)


 


The call to "W's" family was made, they came in quickly took him with them and poof he was gone. W's father has always been polite to my child, W's Mother is a different story. I'm still trying to figure out the pecking order in that family. The Mother has said some strange things to my daughter and to W, nothing that I felt I should of interjected about, but strange things indeed. W's father left telling my daughter he thought it would be a good idea if Amanda came over to their home the next day.....Amanda called me sobbing, her world was falling apart, here she was left in their Apartment, no job of her own therefore no income to cover expenses. (Yes this is what I warned her about, but with the ears of a stubborn child, she  tuned me out and thought nothing could happen.)

The next day Amanda tried calling W several times, first his voice mail picked up then his cell phone was turned off, she was left with no information for herself and for me. Her messages left on W's family phone went un returned, she literally was left in the dark for days on what happened to him, or where he was. I personally think that was very cruel of his parents, they knew she cared deeply for him and would be inconsolable until she could speak to him. I am beginning to believe every word W had to say about his Mother and his Fathers lack of balls for a better way of putting it.

Now back to the beginning of the first entry of this series, the phone call. It was a Friday night or should I say early Saturday morning (very) when my cell phone rang, I looked at time and saw that it was 12:17 a.m., the phone never rings with good news at that time of night. It was my daughter calling me from her cell phone, crying so hard that I couldn't understand what she was trying to tell me, then I would here her defend herself to someone that I could not hear. I had to scream into the phone for her to settle down and tell me what was going on.

It seems W's Mother had called her up a few minutes before that and woke her up out of what I am sure was a restless sleep, to torment my daughter, tellingher W is gone and he is never coming back, that he has suffered what they thought at the time was a nervous break down and that it was all Amanda's fault. They had taken W to the family Doctor the day after they took him out of the apartment and the Doctor insisted he be taken to the hospital for an evaluation, they ended up keeping him. I know in my heart it is where he needed to be, but I was very curious about his parent's motives. I could only stand a minute of listening to my child cry while defending herself to that woman, then I yelled to Amanda to make it a 3 way call.....
That Momma was about to meet THIS MOMMA and it wasn't going to be pretty!

Continued.......


 


 

9 comments:

ajandersonnotary said...

My first husband and I were married when I was 17 and he was 19.  He died of a herion and methanphetamine overdose when I was 21.  Then I married an asshole when I was 25 who beat the crap out of me.  We were legally separated when he went to prison 2 years later, but the government still sucked my bank account dry.    Then he was killed in prison over a drug dispute and I was left with a 15 year old stepdaughter at the age of 35.  WAKE UP KIM.  She's over 18, and I really feel for you (I'm your age and old enough to be her mother too) but you just can't tell someone else what to do, especially when they're young and "full of themselves."  You seem like an especially nice person, and you certainly don't deserve this and neither does your daughter.  I really do love reading your pages and looking at your photos and like I said before, you seem like a nice person....  No one deserves this....  I just hope the best for you, sincerely I mean that.

my3gifts said...

Oh my gosh Lisa. If this wasn't real life, this would be an amazing story..instead it's just turning into heartbreak. Waiting for the next update...

Christy http://journals.aol.com/my3gifts/ChristysThoughts/
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ashleekr said...

I am so sorry for what you are having to deal with, Kim.  I guess sometimes all you can do is hope and pray, especially when it comes to a stubborn child who "thinks" they have it all figured out.  Though I know it is heartache for you to write, I look forward to hearing the rest of the story.  Take care!
Ashlee

redpoppy007 said...

how alwful for your daughter! And you..there is some sick people out there who enjoy making others miserable.

imshadowraven2 said...

awww i can tell momma is about to unload

sdoscher458 said...

Yeah kids will give you grey hair instantly.  Hope you gave that other Mother a good piece of your mind...tell you daughter to come home, enroll in school and get a real life....Sandi

psychfun said...

OH I can't wait!

sahockenberry said...

please hurry with the 3rd entry...we really need to know how you dealt with that  B****!
What a cruel and nasty female...I don't want to call her a woman, because certainly she is not acting like one.
...To blame your daughter for her son's mental status, and to come right out and do that??...sounds like that momma needs a mental evaluation too...
It seems as if she was jealous of Amanda, because he no longer depended on "momma"...Am I correct?

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