OK so you all know that I kicked the H out but have been letting him come here and see his son. Last night he was being really selfish so I asked him to leave.Well the temps dropped below freezing so my son was worried and I know he wouldn`t sleep so we went and found the H where I knew he would be sleeping in his truck. So I went and got it him and told him to come back here to sleep so he wouldn`t freeze to death. Well he comes back and my son and his friend are trying to clean up the playroom so my son can stay at his friends house tonight. He tells them its time for bed picks them up and carryies them out of the room. He was bitching cause he had to get up early for work. Well needless to say I got pissed and threw one of his favorite cowboys mugs that I got him years ago against the wall and broke it. I also cut up one of the footballs I bought him . Why do I bother. I try and be nice and make it so he doesn`t freeze to death and then he comes here acting like a complete ass. When am I going to learn that I should just let him freeze and stop being so damned nice to him. I mean I just didn`t want him to freeze to death, that would have been hard on my son but then he comes to my home and acts like that. Oh well....sorry just venting
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