My youngest son got married on the 12th and wouldn't you know it, my husband was drunk before we even got there and ended up getting kicked out of my own sons wedding. He pretty much embarrassed and humiliated me in front of allot of people. I still love him though, I just wish there was some way to get him to cut down on the alcohol, at least a little bit. We actually got pulled over by a cop on the way to the wedding(for being all over the road) but thank the Lord, my husband got lucky and didn't get a ticket. He is a truck driver and if he lost his license, it would be devastating. Why can't he wake up and be a little more responsible. I am a cancer patient and he was supposed to be showing his care taking abilities of me that night.
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