Well I am sitting here complaining about my fiance and all he does is drink. So Friday after he got out of work he went to the bar. Yeah now I am pissed. Why cant he pick up the kids when he gets out of work! Anyhow it was gorgeous so I took the kids to my best friends house. Well she decided she wanted to go out. So her husband watched my kids why we went out. I ended up getting pulled over about 1 AM for taking a left turn in a non turning lane. We had been out since 8 PM. Well of course they smelled alcohol on my breath so they gave me a breatalizer. I failed. The alcohol limit is .08 I was .129. So they made me walk 9 steps forward and then 9 steps back which I passed. Then they had me count 1 onethousand one one one thousand two all the way to thirty. I passed. So they ran my license. He gets out of the car and says you had better thank your lucky stars. I am going to let you go with a warning as long as you can find a ride home. Then they asked my friend Jen if she had been drinking she said yes more than her. Well she took a breathalizer and hers was.05 so she was fine to drive us home. NEVER AGAIN am I doing that. I am trying to get a new job if they would have charged me with a DUI I would not be able to take this job if I get accepted.
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