It’s Fred and I have returned from my absence. I am so, so sorry for alarming those of you who pay attention to my posts. If you remember my post about seeing my ex-wife, this is all involved within that. Somehow, Sadie learned of this meeting, and believed it’s intent was of a more scandalous nature. In what I supposedly drunkenly described as “loose lips bitchery”, she told my children that I was cheating on her with Mable and got her mother to pick them up from school. After a furious phone call, Sadie refused to return the children. Although I still maintain that this is a horrendous and unwarranted punishment, my behavior is not in any way deserved. Tom and I went to the Diner and spent hours drinking until we were removed from the premises (I’m so sorry for all of this Henry, it’s not your fault). Afterwards we walked to the Krusty Krab. I cannot remember anything after this point, Tom and me supposedly urinated on the side of the building and fled the scene at this point people began calling the police. We were apprehended in on Conch Street, trying to eat Spongebob’s house. I am deeply sorry for any disturbances I may have made and I hope to get my life up and running soon.
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The kids, Tom, Martha (Tom’s wife), and I went out for Ice Cream after the soccer game. While there, I encountered Mable (my second wife). I am always anxious whenever I see Nancy or Mable. It’s not frightening so much as uncomfortable. But this time it went moderately well. Debbie wasn’t there, but she and Mable talk online a lot, so I don’t think she’ll mind missing it. But It was pleasant. We caught up, talked about the weather, small stuff. Tom wanted to go down to Diner for a drink, so we dropped the kids and Martha off, and went out. It was a nice night, I must say.
We’ve been talking through mail! Does anyone even remember that? But it’s been ok. The kids and I would love to hear more of her, but she is going through a really hard time.
That is a naughty word, good sir. Please, keep such things to yourself.
1ST Weekly Track List:
Old Man-Neil Young
House of the Rising Sun-Doc Watson & Richard Watson
Times They are a-Changing-Bob Dylan
American Tune-Paul Simon
Blowing in the Wind-Bob Dylan
500 Miles-Peter, Paul, and Mary
Can’t Help but Wonder Where I’m Bound-Tom Paxton
That Lucky Old Sun-Frankie Laine
Thank you. It’s been a rough little while, but everything is as normal is it is going to be for awhile.
TUMBLR, has thou forgotten me? I’m excruciatingly sorry for my prolonged absence. I haven’t had much time on my hands. My wife, Sadie, has decided to stay with her sister for a time, to help cope with her losses. Me and the kids are back here, still hanging in there. I hope to start posting regularly again soon.
It’s really quite odd that there is such a diverse range of emotion on here. People are so glad and then they can be so utterly sad. It really speaks a lot about the human condition.
I’m sorry to sound like a philosopher, but Sadie recently had a very traumatic experience. Her mom passed away in the night last week, and it has been quite the ordeal. She had been battling liver cancer for the last 2 years and things had not been looking up. We all knew it was coming…but that doesn’t detract from the sorrow. I’m really sorry to get so personal, but I just thought I’d share.