I’ve been so patient, and I haven’t lied to my family when I have said that the delay doesn’t bother me as much I imagine it is bothering Twat Face. I would think that as much as he hates the process, he just wants it over.
Today was the day, it was the fork in the road that I have been preparing myself for. Today was the scheduled date for the plea and case management hearing. He (twat face) would enter his pleas to the court for the outstanding four charges.
The adventure is over, and it was fantastic. I can honestly say that throughout the trip, I was relaxed, having fun, and in awe of the beauty around me.
I was telling you in my last post about the first court hearing, where ‘he’ changed his plea ~ again ~ to guilty, but his defense was that I was not eleven, I was fourteen. When I was told this by the policeman that attended, and was updating me, it made me worry.
I have just spent my first Christmas and New Years with my family since I was 17 years old. That was a lot of years ago. I’ve had a couple here and there with my son, but never just the four of us. I am going in to the New Year full of hope, that this year will be better than ever.
A couple of weeks ago, I received a call from the wonderful police man that has been working on my case.
Of all the things in the entire world that I could be good at, why does it have to be procrastination?
Around the village, more and more people are being told about what has happened. My mum is so upset, and also angry that he doesn’t know how many people know.
The problem with suffering from a mental illness is that many people, without first experiencing it, can’t understand it.
So Much Damage… I decided to stop smoking and stop biting my nails on this trip. I have smoked for 25 years, and despite health issues, including a very serious lung problem, I’ve never stopped.