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He gave away my lawnmower.

American Honda Recalls LawnmowersI opened my garage today, to air up a tire on mom’s cruiser.  Imagine my surprise when I discovered my lawnmower was missing.

Yesterday, David had talked about how the neighbor’s lawn mower didn’t cut grass very well.

He told mom that the neighbor had a mower that looked a lot like ours.

Mom’s wedding ring has disappeared.  Random cash has gone missing, and we don’t know what else.

To my mom and dad.

All those times that I stole from you, I am sorry.  I had no idea how you felt.  apologies 25 years after aren’t much use, but please… accept my sincere apologies.

Cousins.  You let me stay in your apartment when I was passing through your town.  I stole a number of cassette tapes from you as well.  I make no excuses.  Please accept my apologies.

I can’t make it right, but I can apologize.

Brother.  Those silver dollars….

To that guy who woke up one morning and couldn’t start his truck.  Your battery was missing.  I can’t put it back.

There are so many, and I can’t apologize individually to everyone I have wronged, please know that I have thought of you, I try to help others as a way of making amends for the wrongs I have done.

Earlier today, David and I were struggling.   He said that he was afraid we were going to send him away.  I told him, he has control over his destiny. I don’t expect perfect behavior.  I do expect him to try.  He hasn’t shown me that he is trying.  I don’t know what we are going to do.  I just don’t know.

It’s your fault Dad for not helping me be honest

David said “It’s your fault dad, for not helping me be honest.” And he still claims he is innocent, and the mentor is lying. About what?  Yeah, I guess that would be helpful to know. When David got home last night from his mentor time, he had a basketball.  Said that the mentor let him… Continue Reading

again with the electronic gadgets…

David got caught with one of his brother’s DSi’s again.  You would think that he would learn.  But there is a hidden compulsion that drives him to take these things. It is most frustrating that over and over again we tell him he can’t do that, and he does it anyway. “I don’t know how… Continue Reading


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