Feb 5, 2011

More wintry mix on the way! UGH!

I am seriously beginning to wonder if the kids will even go back next week?! We are supposed to be getting more of the wintry mix crap tonight and all day long tomorrow. A mixture of ice/rain/snow..oh what fun that is going to be on top of all the crap that we have gotten right now. Then on Monday and Tuesday sunny high in the low 40s and then on Wednesday or rather the night before, its supposed to snow again!!! And all day long Wednesday...starting the night before!! Omg is this crap ever going to end?? It was ok the first day or two but now its getting old really really fast!!  

And the Snow and Cold continues....

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Didn't get Refund!!

So mad and freaking frustrated and irritated!!! So we didn't get the refund that we were expecting! Very frustrating when you were thinking that you were going to get this much money and be able to get the kids things and pay back my mom and do what we needed to do and get caught up more on bills etc. Nope that didn't happen!!
So this month along with this year at this moment really just sucks to say the least. I am sure that it will get better, but right now at this moment ...... It sucks! 

First weekend in Feb. 2011

So I just realized that this is the first weekend in February for 2011. Wow how this year has flown by already. And this is the 2nd snow of this year!! My kids haven't been to school in February yet! Isn't that just crazy that probably most of the US hasn't been to school this month so far!
We got a couple of inches of snow and ice and were supposed to be getting more tonight..fun!

Feb 3, 2011

This day in history Feb 3rd

1959 U.S.A. Buddy Holly 

3rd February, 1959 : Rock 'n' Roll singers Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson ( The Big Bopper ) died in a plane crash today along with the pilot when their chartered plane went down near Mason City, Iowa. The deaths are immortalized in the "The Day the Music Died" by Don McLean. 

1986 India Mother Teresa 

3rd February, 1986: The Pope meets Mother Teresa, and visited her refuge for the sick and dying. Her Missionaries of Charity order, now has 4,500 sisters in 133 countries providing food and shelter and hospices for the dying. 

1919 U.S.A. League of Nations 

3rd February, 1919 : The first meeting of the League of Nations was held on this day. President Woodrow Wilson was head of this committee. The purpose of this committee was to promote international security as well as world peace.

This organization was later replaced by the present-day United Nations (UN). The goals of the UN are very similar to the goals of the League of Nations.

1927 U.S.A. Federal Radio Commission Created 

3rd February, 1927 : President Calvin Coolidge signed a bill on this day that created the Federal Radio Commission. This is the organization that issues licenses in the present day for people to broadcast over the radio.

New Zealand 
1931 New Zealand Earthquake Napier 

3rd February, 1931 : A major earthquake and fire devastated the area of Hawke's Bay region and the city of Napier in New Zealand and surrounding towns and villages, the city is still ablaze and virtually helpless with local hospitals also burned to the ground and 10,000 major injuries. The death toll is expected to reach many hundreds when rescuers can get into the collapsed buildings. Local inhabitants are planning to sleep on the beach as this appears to be the only safe place currently

1931 U.S.A. Sir Malcolm Campbell 

3rd February, 1931 : Sir Malcolm Campbell has bought his bluebird racing machine to Daytona Beach for an attempt on the world land speed record of 231 MPH . In an unofficial test he achieved 240 MPH so is confident of breaking the record. He went on to break the record on February 5, 1931 at Daytona Beach, USA with Blue Bird achieving 253.96 MPH

1933 U.S.A. Fire 

3rd February, 1933 : Nine women fled back to their rooms during the time that a fire was taking place in a mental hospital. As a result, they had died, despite efforts of workers to help them out of the building.

1937 U.S.A. Flood Control Improvements 

3rd February, 1937 : President Roosevelt had presented a request to Congress for almost three billion dollars ($2,750,000,000) money for flood control improvements. This money was to be spent on improving dikes and levee systems in areas such as the Ohio River and lower Mississippi River.

1945 Germany Operation Thunderclap 

3rd February, 1945 : 1,000 B-17's of the Eighth Air Force bomb Berlin.

1947 Canada Coldest Recorded Temperature In North America 

3rd February, 1947 : Snag, Yukon records the lowest temperature for North America of −63 °C (−81.4 °F). 
1948 U.S.A. Big Tailfins 

3rd February, 1948 : Late in the 40's the first of the next generation of car design ( tailfins )is seen for the first time on the Cadillac

1950 Great Britain Russian Spy 

3rd February, 1950 : Klaus Fuchs one of the scientists who came to Britain following the end of World War II and helped develop the atomic bomb, is arrested for passing top secret information about the bomb to the Soviet Union

1953 France Jacques Cousteau 

3rd February, 1953 : The well known oceanographer Jacques Cousteau’s last and most famous book The Silent World is published. 

Feb 2, 2011

Today in History Feb. 2nd

This Day in History, February 2
On February 2nd, 1887, in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania the first Groundhog Day is observed.

Other Notable Events, February 2

In 1653, the city of New Amsterdam was incorporated. It later was renamed New York City.

In 1848, the war between the United States and Mexico formally ended with the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. It provided for Mexico's cession to the U.S. Of the territory that became the states of New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah and parts of Colorado and Wyoming in exchange for $15 million.

In 1876, the National Baseball League was formed, with teams in Boston; Chicago; Cincinnati; New York; Philadelphia; St. Louis; Louisville, Ky.; and Hartford, Conn.

In 1887, Groundhog Day was celebrated for the first time in Punxsutawney, Pa.

In 1933, two days after becoming chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler ordered dissolution of the German Parliament.

In 1936, Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Walter Johnson were the first inductees into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

In 1990, South African President F.W. De Klerk announced he would free Nelson Mandela and lift a 30-year ban on the African National Congress. Mandela was released nine days later.

In 1993, more than 7,500 United Mine Workers miners went on strike against the Peabody Coal Co., the nation's largest coal producer.

Also in 1993, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton banned smoking in the White House.

In 1998, U.S. President Bill Clinton submitted the first balanced federal budget in 29 years.

In 2002, a report requested by the board of directors of the Enron Corp. Accused top executives of forcing the company into bankruptcy by, among other things, inflating profits by almost $1 billion.

In 2003, Vaclav Havel, the playwright who became a president, stepped down after his second five-year term as head of the Czech Republic.

In 2004, the Bush administration said a bipartisan commission would investigate why pre-war intelligence reports that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction apparently had been wrong.

In 2005, in a wide-ranging State of the Union address, U.S. President George Bush said that U.S. Troops would remain in Iraq until Iraqis can provide their own security.

In 2006, Ohio's John Boehner won a vote to be the Republican leader in the U.S. House of Representatives.

In 2007, hundreds of scientists taking part in a U.N.-sponsored study concluded in a report that human activity was to blame for global warming, largely through greenhouse gases from the burning of fossil fuels.

In 2008, a reported 2,000 rebels stormed Chad's capital city of N'Djamena in an unsuccessful attempt to oust President Idriss Deby. A cease-fire went into effect two days later with an estimated toll of 400 civilians dead.

In 2009, Congress moved closer to passing a $787 billion stimulus bill intended to boost America's struggling economy through tax cuts and new federal spending.

In 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama introduced a $30 billion loan program that would use bank bailout money to help small businesses get loans.

Feb 1, 2011

Another ice/snow storm!

Wow this is something for the first day of February. My goodness!! There is snow and ice everywhere. I didn't really think that it was going to happen!! Should of known better but they had said that it was coming Saturday night and then it didn't so I thought ok they are wrong and they will be wrong again...nope this time they were right!
So around midnight it started raining, no ice or anything, just raining and not hard..just a little not a lot So I thought ok well I need to get out and get a few things and it doesn't look bad so I got out with Leon and went to Wal-Mart. Omg! It was freaking packed and this was after midnight close to 12:30! So we went in there,him griping and complaining the whole freaking time...Men! I told him to shut up or start walking home I wasn't in the mood for it! I got what I needed and then stood in line for 15 minutes or so. It wasn't that bad. The lines were long though but at least they had plenty of cashiers this time.
What drove me nutty is when I first got there, I went to the ATM there and there was a lady at it already and she had money and cards in her hands. She then kept sliding one in the machine and putting in her pin or whatever and it kept beeping at her! After about 6 times and me making a loud sigh like come on already. She finally gave up and turned around and said to me "I don't know what's wrong with the machine!" oh brother woman could it be because you don't have any money on your card! Ugh! I did my thing, got the money fine and walked on...I never take my time when I know there are people behind me I hurry and ifI mess up then I move and let others go and then me again. Geez.
So after we got what we needed and got checked out about 1am we went to go out the doors and it was now pouring down really really bad. I ran to the van and got in and let Leon put all the bags which weren't that much in the back of the van. It thundered loud a few times and made me jump! It was lightening up a storm too! Finally got home and I backed up the van to the porch so we wouldn't have to get too soaked trying to get things in.
Then we decided ok well its still not that bad so lets go ahead and head to the casino since its not that far from here and its just rain nothing serious...uh huh!
Lol..don't ever go out if the weather says a snow storm is coming your way! Lol...yea I learned my lesson on that one.
Kids were tucked in bed and my oldest was up and helped get the stuff in. Then we left and went to the casino, still just raining about 1:30ish or so. We got there went in and about 3 we looked outside and it had stopped raining so we thought ok were winning a little lets keep playing. So we kept playing and winning a little here and there and finally about 5:40 we thought ok time to go! We went to the doors and omg all we saw was white on the ground!! We walked out to the van which was one of about 6 vehicles there! And the doors were iced shut! Just great..getting hit with ice coming down really hard and hurting us! I went back in the casino and he stayed out there a few minutes and tried to open the doors. He came back in and then went back out a few times and after about an hour he finally got a door open and we got home about 6:50! Long morning!!

Today in History Feb 1st

This Day in History, February 1
On February 1st, 1893, Thomas A. Edison finishes construction of the first motion picture studio (West Orange, New Jersey).

Other Notable Events, February 1

In 1790, the U.S. Supreme Court convened in New York City for its first session.

In 1861, Texas seceded from the United States.

In 1865, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln signed the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which abolished slavery.

In 1896, Giacomo Puccini's opera "La Boheme" premiered in Turin, Italy.

In 1946, Norwegian Trygve Lie of Norway was selected to be the first U.N. Secretary-general.

In 1968, the communist Viet Cong began a major offensive of the Vietnam War with a fierce attack on the South Vietnamese city of Hue.

In 1979, Ayatollah Khomeini, symbol of the Iranian revolution, returned to his homeland.

In 1991, South African President F.W. De Klerk announced that he would seek repeal of key laws on which the apartheid system was based.

Also in 1991, at least 1,200 people were killed in an earthquake that struck Afghanistan and Pakistan.

And in 1991, 34 people were killed and 24 more injured when a USAir jet hit a SkyWest plane on a runway at Los Angeles International Airport.

In 2001, former U.S. President Bill Clinton said he and his wife would return $86,000 in gifts they received in 2000 but would keep $104,000 worth of others they received prior to 2000.

In 2003, the space shuttle Columbia broke apart during its descent over the southwestern United States. All seven astronauts aboard were killed.

In 2004, suicide bombings targeting the two main Kurdish party headquarters in the northern Iraqi city of Irbil killed 100 people and injured many others.

Also in 2004, 251 people were trampled during the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.

In 2004, during the Super Bowl halftime show, Justin Timberlake tore off part of Janet Jackson's costume, exposing her right breast and touching off strong criticism, a Federal Communications Commission investigation and a hefty fine for CBS. Timberlake apologized, blaming it on "a wardrobe malfunction."

In 2006, Ben Bernanke became the U.S. Federal Reserve chief, replacing Alan Greenspan, who held the position for 18 years.

In 2008, an estimated 100 people were killed and another 123 injured in suicide bombings by two women at a Baghdad pet market.

In 2009, rebels staged three artillery attacks on Sri Lanka, killing at least nine people as the last shelling hit a hospital ward for women and children.

Also in 2009, Iceland swore in its first female prime minister, Johanna Sigurdardottir.

In 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama proposed a $3.8 trillion budget for fiscal 2011 with a projected $1.6 trillion deficit.

Also in 2010, a female suicide bomber detonated explosives in the middle of a Shiite pilgrim procession in Baghdad, killing 41 people and wounding more than 100 others. 

Jan 31, 2011


I use to play Pogo every night when I needed to relax and then slowly I just stopped playing it. Well I am back and trying to play on there maybe a few times a week to just relax and get the badges. I love the badges. I use to buy all the badge books too. I had them all and then just stopped. I'm thinking of buying some of them again.
Does anyone else out there play pogo and if so what are your favorite games? 

The bachelor was unbelievable tonight!!!

I don't know what everyone else thinks about the show now, but I think that it was freaking unbelievable tonight!! I can't get over him and Michelle!! What in the world does he see in that psycho woman?? I mean really she sits there and grabs his face and tells him to hush and not say a word and then just the body language that she had with him..just ewe! I can't stand her!! And then he goes and picks her freaking first for the roses!! OMG seriously is he really thinking about things and using his brain or no??!I just think that its crazy that he let others go that he didn't even get a chance to get to know and yet he keeps her around..is that for publicity or something?? I mean he has said several times that he can see him and so and so as a wife but I don't think that I have ever heard him say that to her or about her. And him and Ashley and him and Emily and even Shantel have a bigger and better connection then him and that witch michelle..ick!

Winter Storm on its way!! Fun!!!

So the kids come home today after school and the first words out of their mouths is mom they warned us this morning that we could be out of school tomorrow. Wonderful just what I wanted to hear!! The weather had said that it was supposed to of been crappy with the wintry mix on Saturday night but it didn't do anything so now they are saying that its going to do it tonight starting at 2am there is a 100% chance of rain/sleet/etc tonight through whenever tomorrow. So that's that.
It was 50 here today and over the weekend it was in the low 70s and now its supposed to get to like 17 and highs in the 20s or so if were lucky! Everybody is panicking and going out and getting all kinds of stuff to be prepared for the storm that's coming. I hope that everyone is ok and it turns out to not be that crazy out like they think.
I was planning on getting out tonight and going to Wally world and getting a few things and then off to the casino since February is Leon's anniversary month and in my anniversary month which was back in Aug. That is when I won a few hundred dollars and had a ton of fun! So I am hoping that with his being in February that he will win a lot. Might as well spend a few dollars and go and try.

Bachelor Tonight!!

oh I am SO addicted to the Bachelor!!!!!! I can't wait for it to come on and yes so I can holler at the tv and tell him to send that chic Michelle HOME!!! I don't like her and her attitude just really isn't that great or flattering!! I still don't understand why he has kept her around this long..doesn't look to me like they have any sparks or anything like that going on while him and Emily and Ashley they look cute together and you can tell that their is something there....we will see tonight what happens!! oh yea and this is the night that Michelle was on the previews and telling him "now lets go send some girls home!" or something like that!! Who the hell does she think she is??? Really??? ICK! She isn't even half as pretty as the girls that he freaking sent home!!

I hope that he gets it together tonight and sends her packing!!!!

Today's Trivia - Jan 31st

Trivia Today
January 31, 2011
    Today is "Night Heat" Day, marking the premier of the joint CTV-CBS series on this date in 1985. Filmed in Toronto, it starred Scott Hylands and Jeff Wincott..
      Today is Inspire Your Heart With the Arts Day.
     Tonight is Play An Old Game You Haven’t Played in Years Night. Maybe Yahztee, Scrabble, Monopoly, or Canasta. Hungry Hippo?
     Today is Scotch Tape Day, marking the birth of the sticky stuff to 3M Company's Richard Drew on this date in 1928.
     Today is Independence Day in Nauru.
On this date in . . .
1505: King Philip of Austria defeated the Marquis de Dorset in history's first international tennis match. It wasn't much of a contest, since the Marquis still played with the palm of his hand and King Philip used a new fangled "battoir."
1874: Jesse James robbed a train near Gadshill, Missouri, than gave the engineer a press release about the robbery and ordered him to pass it along to the local newspaper.
1947: The coldest official temperature in Canadian history was recorded at Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, when the mercury fell to 62 degrees below zero (F).
1949: The first TV daytime soap opera, "These Are My Children," was telecast from NBC in Chicago. The show’s creator, Irna Phillips, would later produce "As the World Turns" and "The Guiding Light."
1961: A chimpanzee named Ham became the first U.S. Animal sent into space. Ham traveled 158 miles above the Earth in the Mercury-Redstone-2 space capsule.
1971: Astronauts Alan Shepard Jr., Edgar Mitchell and Stuart Roosa blasted off aboard Apollo 14 on a mission to the moon.
1972: Some 40,000 filed past singer Mahalia Jackson’s open coffin at Great Salem Baptist Church in Chicago. At Mahalia’s funeral the next day, Aretha Franklin sang "Precious Lord, Take My Hand."
1979: Singer Porter Wagoner went disco, appearing in a sequined leisure suit at Nashville’s Exit/In and performing disco versions of country standards.
1985: The last Jeep, the military workhorse vehicle in World War II, rolled off the assembly line at the American Motors plant in Toledo, Ohio.
1989: Playboy magazine hit newsstands with a photo spread of LaToya Jackson, nude with snakes.
1990: McDonald's opened its first fast-food restaurant in Moscow.
1992: Keith Witt of Amarillo cleaned three standard 42½ by 47-inch office windows with an 11.8-inch squeegee in 10.13 seconds at the International Window Cleaning Association convention in San Antonio. That was a Guinness World Record.
1999: The Denver Broncos repeated as NFL champions, defeating the Atlanta Falcons 34-19 in Super Bowl 33.
2001: An 81-year-old resident of a Byker, England, nursing home and her 71-year-old friend wrestled a burglar into their bathroom and locked the door until police arrived. The 32-year-old heroin addict was charged with two counts of assault, drug possession, and burglary. The ladies were shaken up but not seriously hurt.
2005: Actor Keanu Reeves received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
2005: Jury selection began in Santa Maria, California., for Michael Jackson's child molestation trial. He was acquitted.
2007: Stockholm police investigating reports of an odd smell from an apartment found 11 swans, and, apparently no humans, living there.  Police said the birds appeared to be well taken care of but, at last report, had not found the caretaker.
bullet Singer KC (& the Sunshine Band) 60;
bullet Singer Lloyd Cole 50;
bullet Singer-actor Justin Timberlake 30;
bullet Actress Minnie Driver 40;
bullet Actress Kelly Lynch 52;
bullet Actress Kerry Washington 34;
bullet Baseball's' Ernie Banks 80;
bullet Baseball's' Nolan Ryan 64.
     Q: Before films, was actress Minnie Driver: (a) a dancer; (b) a jazz singer; or (c) a model?
A: A jazz singer and guitarist.

      Q: According to the Academy of General Dentistry in Chicago, does merely rinsing your mouth with water neutralize acids and reduce bacteria by: (a) 20%; (b) 30%; or (c) 40%?
A: By 30%. Brushing and flossing is best, but rinsing helps.

     Fun Fact: The idea for the Milky Way candy bar was copied from a 1920s’ Minneapolis candy bar called Fat Emma.

Last day of January already!

So this is the last day of January. Wow already! This month has really flown by. So the new month is around the corner. I am planning for it to be a great month and I will have a great rest of the year.
Great things are going to happen in the upcoming months, especially February and March. I am looking forward to the rest of the year now for sure.
This year is for changes and I am making them, little by little each and every day...change is a good thing, change can be for the best and that's what I am hoping for..the best for my kids and myself.
And I believe that things happen for a reason. I went to the store the other day I think it was Thursday evening and the car that I had fallen for and wanted so bad...already gone! So I guess that wasn't meant to be. So I am going to give my van a good oil change and tune up soon probably Friday morning while I'm shopping at Wally world and then if I want to take any long trips and am not too sure about the van..I will just rent a car I guess. I want to take the kids to the zoo in Oklahoma City and take them to see their great grandmother who they haven't seen in a few years. So I am planning on renting a vehicle to do that. From enterprise its only about $75 or so to rent it from Friday until Monday so thats a pretty good deal. And it will be a great trip I'm sure. I will take my van around here and off 30 minutes or possibly an hour away but I don't want to run it in the ground taking it 3-4 hours away. We will be making that trip the weekend that the kids are out of school for a 4 day weekend maybe or maybe this upcoming weekend..not sure but will figure out something soon.
Hopefully the money won't be further delayed! Should know for sure I would think Wednesday.

Weather has been crazy lately!

So its 50 right now. Over the weekend it was in the low 70s!!!! The weatherman said Saturday night was going to be rain/sleet/ice/snow all that crap but nope didn't happen b/c yesterday was 70s or so. So then today its cloudy and icky out about 50 or so and I looked at this weeks weather omg it sucks! LOL Tonight around 6 its supposed to start the raining/ice crap and then tomorrow the high is freaking 17!!!!! YIKES!!!

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Blog Dare - How I've done on The Blog Dare.

How are you doing on The Blog Dare?  Did you blog each day?  Did you need a daily prompt?  Were you able to come up with post ideas on your own?  How do you think you'll do the rest of the year?

I am doing ok on it..had to catch up a time or two. I did blog most every day. Yes having the daily prompts was nice. Sometimes I was able to come up with my own ideas. I think that the rest of the year will go by smoother then this month. This month was stressful to say the least!

Jan 30, 2011

How can you make so little yet be told to pay in $1000??!

I don't get it...when you have kids and you file your taxes if you not in the high middle class or rich high class and your just an average person working your butt off to make sure that the mortgage and bills get paid then you shouldn't have to pay in a $1,000!!! That's just crap. I mean he's paying child support, paying a mortgage and all the bills and goodness knows what else going out and not to mention until last year or so he was paying hundreds a week for child care and now he can't even get EIC...that's just wrong to me. I mean he paid in through out the year and basically because he working a part time second job on the weekends only he's making too much to get EIC now and now he has to pay in...ugh just doesn't seem right but what can you do but just pay it...dang! 

Blog Dare - If I had one month to live, I would do….

What would you do if you knew that you only had one month left?

There is a lot that I would want to do. I would want to travel around and show my kids places that they should see and that I want to see and I would talk to each of them and tell them to never take anyone or anything for granted and if you love someone, tell them, let them know, don't keep it to yourself. Just tell them how you feel. I would tell the special someone in my life how much I love him and always have. He knows it but I would tell him again and hope that we could have at least a weekend together. sad to think about things like that ...

Watching Pretty in Pink on Nick at Nite ..... classic!!!

I love this movie. Won't ever get old..haven't seen it lately but its a great movie that I won't ever get tired of watching. Its on Nick@Nite...my kids are watching it then off to bed.

Have a great night everyone

So I chose SoyLicious Candles as one of my businesses

So I chose SoyLicious Candles as one of the businesses I am going to get into. I enjoy working from home and figured I would choose 1-3 businesses to get into and see how they do. I am looking into joining Melaleuca through a lady that I found last week, waiting until Friday to get in and start the ordering and all that. And I am looking into Avon too since I have always been interested in it but never became a rep for them. There are still a few more that I am looking into but those are my top ones. I love candles so I figured that SoyLicious would be a good one. It just cost $19 to start and then you can order $30 a month in things or you can just pay the $10 to keep active...so that is good incase one month you just don't need or want any extra candles or anything.
If you have a business that you want me to look into, email me or leave me a comment with your info and or link or whatever and I will look into it. Tax time is the best time to get into things and then hopefully in a couple of months things will pick up and see if I can do good and continue making a good part time income to start out from the businesses. 

Customer Service Specialist
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Weekend flying by....

The weekend just flew on by like there was no tomorrow. I can't believe that its the last weekend in January and soon to be February!! Really where did this month go too? And next month is even shorter being only 28 days...this year is going to go by pretty fast. Its going to be a great year..I know it is..
I am making changes in my life this year and its for the best. I am to the point of I have lived in a loveless marriage for long enough, its time for me to move on and get on with life. Why should I stay and just deal with it or just put up with it because of the kids. The kids are all teenagers now except for my youngest whose 12 and they all know and understand that me and their father..well me no longer loves him. I don't say it, I don't even like it when he's home that much. I like it with just me and the kids home. I enjoy the time spent with just me and the kids. I want us to go out and have fun and do things. He just wants to sit on his butt in front of the PC when he's not working and spend absolutely no time with the kids and doesn't even want too and like I told him the other day...one of these days he's going to end up being on his death bed and none of the kids are going to be by his side because he wasn't there for them when they wanted time with him...he's here helping sometimes with chores and money to get them what they need etc but I think that spending time with them before they are all grown up is a lot more needed then the money sometimes. Like yesterday my youngest son Sean was sick with 102 fever and he gets up to hug him bye before he left for work and Leon just freaking stands there doesn't even try to hug him back..just rude and he knew he didn't feel good..I hate the way that he treats him! Ugh! My son deserves to be treated better then that!!

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Home Office # 866-541-3456
Fax # 580-366-0024
Lisa Smith

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