Some people don’t deserve to have kids – that’s what I learned today
It’s 6: 49 PM on day 411 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth,tweet about my Clean Water For All Campaign –no luck – feed myself scrambled eggs, sausages and fried tomatoes for breakfast, prepare and publish my Disability of the Day feature, prepare my Kid of the Week feature for Sunday – I really like this week’s Kid of the Week she is proof that you only need a huge heart to make a difference – and finish reading Captive of my Desires by Johanna Lindsey – It’s a good book I would recommend it to anyone who likes romance novels
As you know my father and I don’t have the best relationship but today after I saw him, not for the first time, raise his hand to my mother over something as small as asking him to pay somebody money so that we could go to a community member’s farewell party tomorrow–everybody who is going to the party is expected to contribute a certain amount which will go towards buying a farewell gift for the family that is leaving – I thought to myself what kind of a man would raise his hand to his wife in front of their child and lost all respect for him as a human being which is not to say my mother was a complete innocent in all this after my father stepped out of the house my mother started having a candid conversation with my eleven-year-old brother about how horrible she thought our father was which I promptly put a stop to because although I didn’t respect my father I believed that my brother deserved a chance to make up his own mind about him without my mother’s influence. Are you behaving in a manner that is consistent with being a parent?
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