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    Our son still lives with us because of his health. His brain surgery is over and they are trying different meds on him. He left for work at 8am today and called me to say he was going to play some cards at a friends house after work.
    He has to be at work at 7am. It is now 12:am and I have yet to hear from him. Am I being an overprotective mother or is is too much to ask for the common courtesy of calling your mother at least once to let her know you are alive? I even called him and he's not answering his phone. I am royally ticked off.

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    Mitzi I am sure he is ok and he is having fun. I know that you worry about him but let hiom stay out and enjoy himself. I am sure that he will be home shortly to get some rset and be able to make it into work tomorrow morning. Try to relax and let him have his fun.

    Klar
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    • #3
      C'on Mommy give him a break he's been through a lot and I know so have you. We know what he should have done since he's sick but I'm sure he's OK. Take your medicine and try to get some rest. Take care of yourself. Boys will be boys no matter how old they are. I'm stil a kid at heart. If I thought I could do something I could do at 16 I'd still try it. Men don't get older they just change there toys. Beter to get pised of than pised on. Hope you feel beter. SMILE.
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      • #4
        I know how to spell my keyboard is sticking. My litle grandchild dropped a coke in it.
        Stay safe and watch your back. Survived Katrina. Now a Official member of the Chocolate City Police.

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        • #5
          Hey joe if you go to a computer store you can buy a nice little plastic cover that fits over the keyboard and still allows easy typing to each individual key and if you or someone else drops coke or another soda or even food on the keys all you have to do is lift the cover up wipe it clean and place it back over the keys thus keeping your keys free and clear of spillage. Otherwise you will have to pull the keys and clean up all the coke to get your keys to stopp sticking soo much LOL

          Klar
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          • #6
            Yea,I know. This board is shot. Got to buy a new one. Thanks. I fel like MC Donalds.
            Stay safe and watch your back. Survived Katrina. Now a Official member of the Chocolate City Police.

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            • #7
              LOL I enjoy a nice steak from ronalds steak house every now and then but I prefer SUBWAY jared is my hero LOL NOT!! LOL

              Klar
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              • #8
                One thing that is hard for me is that my son is compromised by his brain tumor. Tests show that each seizure has caused more brain damage. Because he can be a little "slow" in some areas, it's easy for people to take advantage of him.
                He is able to recognize many times when people do this. But there was one time he didn't. This "friend" was nothing but a druggie user and our son did not recognize that. All of us had known this boy since he was 7. Our son grew up with him. He grew up to be really bad news, very cunning about getting what he wanted.
                We went round and round and round with our son about this. He was giving him his truck to use whenever he wanted, he would give him the last dime he had in his pocket. The kid stole our gas credit card from our sons wallet and had a high old time until we caught it. It never occurred to our son to think about HOW his gas tank was being filled up when he wasn't the one doing it. That's because the kid filled it up...and he also bought all the cigarettes and beer he could.
                It wasn't until the kid didn't return his truck one night that our son wised up.
                It was a horrifying experience. Now, he is playing poker one night a week, not losing a lot of money. But one of the "guys" is like this other kid. Crafty, cunning...He keeps complimenting our son on his card playing abilities as he fleeces him because he's better.
                And this is the one he was with last night. Our son can be very very gullible if someone is his "friend". That's why I was so worried. He made it home at 3 am, this guy bringing him home. Maybe he learned his lesson because he had to be up at 7 for work.
                I also found out that "friends" come to my son for rent money, car payments, you name it. And they never pay him back. I told my son that a friend never asks for anything, they just like you. He said, "Mom, I'll do anything for my friends if it means giving them my last dime". I said, "Is that why they never invite you anywhere,son? Is that why you ask to go golfing with them and they never call you to go? But they know here you are when they need $$$$$, don't they?" I think I got through with that one.
                You don't know how this worries a parent. These cunning *******s know an easy mark when they see one....and my son is one.

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