30 April 2008

He Hit Her


Sunday night, ranting and raving about not getting the prom picture, he tears apart the armoire in her bedroom, pieces flying and doors breaking. He then hits her upside the head and as she turns to protect herself, again on the shoulder.

With his fist.


I find out about it tonight.
And it's not the first time.
She was too scared to say anything before because she didn't want to make it worse.

The grandparents knew of the other times.

And Did. Not. Tell. Me.


I am calm-angry. You know the kind. The wheels are turning, the head spinning, and the need for silence to think is upon me.

Wait til you hear the REAL reason he was upset. Not because of the pictures, but because I ruined his junior prom by not going with him (we dated all through high school off and on) and now I've ruined HER junior prom FOR him because I got pictures with her and he didn't.

Are you fucking kidding me? What are you, twelve? Junior prom was 22 years ago. What does that have to do with anything at all about her prom now? You yelled this at her, and of course, because it was oh I don't know, FOUR YEARS BEFORE SHE WAS BORN, she didn't have a clue what you were talking about.


are a fucknut. A miserable excuse for a human being, and not worthy of being her father.

I'm so pissed off I've got a migraine coming on...

We interrupt this blog for this public service announcement...


I must take care of this... I feel some crazy days coming soon...

hug your kids.


thinkinkmesa said...

Unbelievable...I am so angry at his behavior and so sad that she had to go through this, has gone through it before, and that the grand parents (people who should be protecting her at all costs) let her down so miserably!

Tater said...


I'd call the cops and let the chips fall where they may. Perhaps a short conversation with a family law lawyer?

Not smart enough to give good advice, but I'd be damned if I'd take that crap w/o a fight.

Am deployed right now for a few weeks, which means I can sign on more often (no home life :-( But allows me to catch up--a silver lining!

Cheers, you deserve some!

Miss B said...

thinkinkmesa... so much more to it, but yea, it's been aggravating me since I found out. we're taking steps and biding our time. she's safe now because he has taken everything away from her and thinks he has total control. we're just working on getting her through the rest of school and she's free to come to my house for summer. then the REAL fun begine. *grin*

tater!!! <3 wondered what ya been doin... sorry you had to come back to find this sorry shit goin' on. good news... we've talked to the school and she qualifies for open enrollment, and we're holding out til she gets out of school (only a few weeks to go). I've got an appointment to talk to a lawyer. I can't just take her, or I would. Anyhow... be safe doin' your thing, and glad to see ya checkin' in. i'll keep ya posted on the fucknut situation. :) *hugs*

Wien. said...

Don't you just want to walk up to him and kick him in the balls? I do. And kick the grandparents too for being weak pansy ass adults who look the other way. Hurry up summer, she needs to get out of there.

Tater, I wondered where you went! As miss B said, stay safe.

~:*:*:Pixie:*:*:~ said...

OMFG. If you want me to come out and help you kick his worthless piece of shit ass, you just holler.

Miss B said...

wien... it is very difficult to be civil with the grandparents right now. and they are split in their opinions. the grandfather thinks if she wants to leave, it should be her decision and to not worry about what everyone else thinks or wants. the grandmother thinks she should reconsider so as to not cause problems. ugh. i just want to smack her upside the head some days. they are from the "don't air your dirty laundry" age.

pixie, i would <3 you to come out and help, but then we'd both be in trouble, and he's not worth pickle and gabby growing up without us. :) karma comes around, and it's finally made it's way back to him. i have the feeling this next year is going to be one of his most painful of the adult years. i'm very much looking forward to it. *grin* patience is my ally right now.