Archive | October 27, 2010

Update on “Really? Yes, really.”

Well, my friend (without benefits now) is now just a friend, or at least I think we’re still friends.  He definitely has a problem when it comes to being a womanizer and all I can do is wish him the best and send him on his way.  They should have some sort of womanizer’s anonymous program for guys like him.  It’s probably just therapy but I think he already tried that.  It evidently didn’t take.  For someone that claims to be called to be a preacher…he sure is running hard and I doubt he’ll ever stop running from God.  Neither will I for that matter.  However, I haven’t figured out if I’m running from God or just my Dad, the preacher man.

Good riddance.

Walking the Green Mile…back to my parents house.

Yes, it’s true.  I’m moving back INTO my parents’ house.  Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!  And I thought I was already on the verge of a nervous breakdown.  Just wait until I actually have been back there for a couple of weeks.  Someone’s gonna get hurt.

Anyway, I actually had to call a family meeting before I left there today.  I think it’s possibly the first family meeting we’ve had in ten or twenty years.  I just wanted to make it clear that I was not happy about moving back, and I’m only doing it because I want to help them out and as an bonus, I’ll be able to pay off my fines from my DWI a lot faster.

By the way, DWI’s are very expensive.  By the time I pay the $966 main fine and the $80 alcohol and driving class thing fee, and $15 MADD class fee & the $35 per month to my parole officer for two years (I still can’t believe that I actually have a parole officer), those two long island iced teas ($8 + $2 tip) are going to end up costing me almost $2,000.  I’m also subject to random drug testing which is $35 a pop.  I already took one and passed, thank God.  Otherwise I would have had to keep going to drug court, all because of the pain medicine that I was on from my knee surgery.  Even though I had proof of my prescription I still had to do the drug court thing that once.  And lastly, my driver’s license was suspended for 90 days.  I have a countdown going.  Only 56 days to go!

My point is kids, Don’t Drink & Drive…EVER.  It costs too damn much.  Not to mention, you might end up living with your parents again when you’re 36 years old.  LOL

Can I get an AMEN?