This is a nightmare

I am writing this on my cell phone, that being the only device in the house with Internet access. I’ve been marooned here with no transportation since Saturday morning. Mom isn’t back from camping yet. And she took the router, because of course she did.

Through no fault of my own (even the cops said so) I ran my car off the road, over a ditch, through a fence and into a cornfield. No injuries. It’s in the shop and I am stuck. No idea if it is worth it to fix.

Meanwhile, Charley stuff is piling up and all I can do is observe this on my phone and groan. I had promised to write a special entry for a friend and can’t do that either. I can go on Facebook and read emails and that’s kind of it. Doing any kind of writing is hard. Cell phone keyboards were not designed for long messages like this.

I just want you all to know I haven’t abandoned the site or this blog, I am just in a difficult position right now.

In better news, I have stopped shaking from the new medicine and really feel no different than before, which was kind of the point.

Make-a-List Monday: Expectant fathers

This list idea was supplied to me by T.T.: men who left behind a pregnant wife, girlfriend, whatever when they disappeared.

  1. Eric M. Apatiki
  2. Jose Julian Beltran-Sedano
  3. Joshua Charles Berry
  4. Gene Jacob Cloud Jr.
  5. Joseph Consentino
  6. Ryan Cooper
  7. Ronald Reed Duck Jr.
  8. Ryan Jacob Esparza
  9. Douglas E. Goodwin
  10. Franklin Wayne Harrod Jr.
  11. Derrick Ray Henegan
  12. Cole Duane Jackson
  13. Jonathan Bruce Jackson
  14. Torey Clark Newlin
  15. Erik Thomas Ruiz
  16. Kareem Jamaal Ward