No, he was my ex-husband, not my father-in-law. I called him, it was my birthday, and he didn't sound right. So I went over there. He strangled me in the bed. He didn't choke me out. I woke up, and he said, "What are you doing?" I said, "I'm going to the bathroom."
So I got up, and I went to his daughter's room, she wasn't there, and I covered myself with her red bed-spread and her stuffed animals and stuff, and I heard him out there, saying, "Where am I?!" And he was like destroying shit and he put a fist through a wall.
And a neighbor came over, and I stayed there the whole night. I was in shock, so I couldn't call the police until the next day. He got like third degree assault, and he spent time in jail, but he makes a hundred and fifty grand a year so he got out on bail.
Anyway, he gets to see our son, he's four, every other week. I have full custody.
I wouldn't be able to get health-care for my son except that I'm going to school, and Obamacare you know pays for that. I want to open a doggie-daycare center. My son's name is Lucas. He's four. Here, look at this happy face he drew, it's on my iPhone.
I live with my mother now. My dad died, so I moved in with her. I sold all his stuff in a garage sale. I made three thousand bucks. He was an electrician for thirty years, and if he didn't have a tool, he'd buy two of them.
You see Roger down at the end of the bar? He wanted to sell his Ford 500, so I put it on Craig's List. . Then some guy called him and said Hey, I can advertise that, special. So the guy took Roger for $500. And the thing sold on Craig's List the next day. I think Roger was just drunk.
I'm impressed. Most people don't know how to spell "Erin." They spell it like the Bible, "Aaron," but I tell them, Hey, I have different parts.
My friend is in a Rolling Stones tribute band, and he's playing tonight, but I don't know where. He's supposed to text me.