Friday, January 21, 2011

One Bright Spot

I did forget to mention that when he was at his attorney's office the other day, dad was complaining about how long this whole divorce was taking and his attorney told him it was his fault for continuing to talk to Pam. (ha ha ha - SCORE for our side!) Dad really has no judgment left, he can't talk to her and not tell her everything, and I do mean everything. Dad was kind of taken aback for a minute, but he told Richard that he was going to call her "one more time" to tell her he wasn't going to talk to her anymore. If I had a nickel for every time dad said that, I could retire a very rich woman. It's always "one more time", "one more time"... Mel said she knows he did call her last night, so we blocked her numbers again today. Heh, heh, heh. If he complains about her number being blocked we're going to remind him that he told Richard he wasn't going to call her anymore after last night.

The one thing that concerns me though is that he's been looking for his service revolver. That in itself isn't an issue, but he's also been talking more and more about how he's "outlived" his usefulness and that his life is over and he doesn't want to be alive anymore. Don't know where the gun is, and if I did, I wouldn't let him have it. At this point in time, dad can't see Pam for what she is. In the beginning, he didn't want to see her for what she is and admit the gross error in judgment he made in marrying the skank, but now I don't believe he is able to see her for what she is. He's so concrete in his thinking, if you told him the moon was made of green cheese he'd believe it. Consequently when the skank says she loves him all the time (ha ha ha, I'm rolling on the floor here), he believes it. She played him like a violin for all these years. Now when he asks her if she's coming home she says, "Not back to THAT house". As if they have a choice. Because of her dad's credit is completely shot to hell, they couldn't rent a kennel at the humane society for the night. I could care less what happens to her, but it's too bad she's taken an old man down with her.

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