We are sad today
Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Today is a sad morning. My beautiful borrowed boy has been taken away. His useless piece of sh&t of a mother decided she needed to damage him even more. Long story short. The police were called by me, threats were made and finally we got a hold of his father and he came from Mississippi and took him back. It is of course a much better place for him than with the waste of oxygen that birthed him, but we are all very sad and #2 is devastated that his best friend is gone. Tonight I think I will cook #2 his favorite meal and put some movies from Netflix in. Just me and him time. Maybe, just maybe he will let mom give him a hug.

It breaks my heart that he has learned in this last year that I can't fix everything. I feel very useless.

Anyway, if anyone is ever in Foley and they meet a piece of crap named David or Tracy Thacker - beat the living crap out of them for me. Beat the crap out of them for #2 and mostly, beat the crap out of them for borrowed girl (who at 18 is still with me) and borrowed boy. Who called me mom and hugged me before he left. That got me.


Wednesday, June 14, 2006 7:38 PM



You are doing the impossible in letting your borrowed boy go with his birth father, and that makes you mighty. You love him enough (and the other children involved in this mess) to know that sometimes you have to let go, even if only temporarily, to ensure that they stay safe and happy:S

Just remember...we're all pulling for ya, and are here to help in any way you ask for:D


Tuesday, June 13, 2006 3:50 PM


You are living proof that it's not eggs, sperm and blood that makes a parent, it's time, love and commitment. You are a big damn hero in my book... God bless you

Tuesday, June 13, 2006 1:27 PM


(gives FMF a hug)

thanks for doing what you do with those kids. I'm adopted, and I thank my birth mother every time I see her that she loved me enough to give me up, and that my family loved me enough to raise me. People like you make the 'verse worth livin' in.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006 10:26 AM


Alot of the time in our facility the same thing happens. Though I do not live with our kids, they still grow on me. I'd like to arrange a legion of hugs from the BROWNCOATS to FutureMrsFillion. And yes, I may need to make a road trip and vent my own deeply seeded aggression, just for the reasons you stated. Thank god for Moms like FMF!

Tuesday, June 13, 2006 5:34 AM



That has got to be the hardest part of fostering, letting a child go. Just be thankful you were able to get hold of the father, so he wouldn't have to go with the 'mother'. *sends hugs and chocolate* Take care & enjoy your time with #2.

"I love my captain."

Tuesday, June 13, 2006 4:20 AM


Future Mrs. I know just how you feel. A lot of my students are being raised by people not fit to care for a pickle. I mommy them as best possible but it's so frustrating not to be able to fix the bad things in their life. Hang in there and know that you make a big damn difference and even if you don't always get to see the end result you changed a kid for the better and that's worth more than anything!!!

Tuesday, June 13, 2006 3:49 AM



You hang in there.. from what I've seen you are an awesome Mom to all who need you! Buddha bless you for all you do!

I don't know how you do it.. but we're all proud of you and proud to have you with us!


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