Looks like my sister has finally had enough of Dad’s bullshit, too. She just forwarded this to me. After reading it I thought she did a pretty good job. The bummer is, I could have used some backup like this last year and the year before. Sigh…


Hi Dad. All I asked you to do was not put Mom in the middle of your war with Linda. She can’t handle the stress. It’s a pretty simple request. If you want to act like a child and demand property back from Linda, do it yourself. I asked you to refrain from the constant stream of obscenities that come from your mouth regarding Linda. Hearing how upset it makes her should be enough to make you be the bigger person here. I think it’s time you spent less energy on hating Linda, and more on making Mom feel safe. I’m not trying to judge you. I realize that you feel burdened with Mom’s care. However, every time I make a suggestion on ways to cope with some of your problems, you shoot them down in the most negative manner. Your life is only as miserable as you make it. If you moved to Idaho to save some money, why don’t you spend some of it on part-time assisted care for Mom? I’ll keep saying it until you start doing it. Anyway, I don’t want to start my own war with you. I’m probably one of the only people left that will talk to you. I apologize for some of my language, but not my sentiment. Do not ask Mom to conduct your war with Linda. Do not make her feel bad when she spends time with Linda. And above all, do not take this out on Mom. It’s not her fault. She has a disease. What’s your excuse?


~ by factorypeasant on August 14, 2006.

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