I am one of THOSE people.
For years I have been overly prepared in case of a disaster.
I HAD enough freeze-dried food saved to feed my family for a year.
A water purifier that you could siphon water from the lake (had that siphon too) and have clear clean water? Yes, I HAD that.
Portable solar generator with solar panels and lights. Yep.
Stockpile of seeds. Check.
Portable greenhouse. HAD that too.
Crank radio and generator. One of my earliest purchases.
Rope, flint, fishing hooks and tackle, water proof matches, books on how to make your own soap and butcher a cow…I HAD it all.
You name it and I HAD it.
Be prepared was my motto It is the motto that I am pretty sure that the Boy Scouts stole from me way back when.
You will note in the above writing, that the operative word is HAD. As in I HAD this or that; which I find to be the biggest irony of all in the cheater saga of the past five years. It is ironic that B has “custody” of every survival item that I ever bought in order to “save” our family sitting in OUR home in Texas while I work my ass off in CA using a breaker bar to pull out all the HUGE rocks in order to install a vegetable garden. The food, the generator, the purifier… he has everything. And while I find comfort in the fact that I know my boys will be well taken care of … it doesn’t help Gracie and I out here in CA not one little bit. Let’s only hope I never find out if he sends the food to his mistress but why wouldn’t he when he sent her $50,000 so she “wouldn’t get gray hair with worry” according to her.
The other day I texted B and asked him to send out the seeds so I could, should times get worse, ensure Gracie’s and my survival. Here is his response:
And so I learned quite a bit from this exchange. First and foremost is that he does not give a shit about us and frankly that is the most important thing. That is what will stick in the front of my mind when we go to court. The other 10 things I learned from this text just aren’t as important as that. Just a friendly reminder to myself that it is all about him. Nothing has changed but then again usually nothing does for a selfish liar.
I hope you are all doing well during this time of social distancing. It is a good time to catch up on all those things that we have been putting off.
May your day be joyful. May you learn something.
As for me…its time to go move some boulders!!! My Fibromyalgia is still kicking my ass so prayers would be welcome that this doesn’t do me in.