You're not going to believe this one - or maybe you will - after all I've been through lately, never so dissappointed or depressed for so long, unless it was a true tragedy, like losing Isaac, or custody of my children. But for me, this one takes the cake. My daughter called me today, and I playfully asked her if there was any special reason why she called today, and she said yes - that she had gone to see Isaac's gravesite, and wanted to know where some other place was, and how to get there. I don't know, maybe she forgot it was mother's day today. I said WHAT?? Isaac has a gravesite?? She said, yes. That grandma (my ex's mother, where Isaac was living when he shot himself) has made a gravestone with his and her name on it. I was not even aware of this until today. Isaac died 9/17/05. At first, I was pissed, and then shocked and stunned. And then, I thought, well, it really means nothing, except how unbelievably selfish and controling she really is. Happy Mother's Day to me.....
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