I worked really hard to be able to go back to memphis, to be told that I can't. I should have fucking known, I don't want to stay in fucking florida I fucking hate it here. I'd rather die than spend another day here.
(WARNING: Child Abuse and fucking morons. Don't read if you're sensitive to these topics.)
So my boyfriend and I are doing some shopping and we sit down to take a break and get some food in our tummies. This lady walks in with her (roughly 2 years old) daughter and they sit down next to us. All is normal until after a while, I look over and see the little girl has a bloody nose. Out of instinct, I grab some of our napkins and walk over, since the mom isn't even paying attention--she was on her cell phone. I say "Excuse me, miss, your daughter is..." and then wipe the blood off the little girl before putting the napkins up to her nose.
Sure, maybe I shouldn't have, but for fuck's sake it was ALL OVER HER. Her dumbass mom wasn't taking care of her, so I had to step in.
And then, I nearly punched the mom. Why? She fucking not only shoves me away, she starts screaming her lungs out at the poor girl. Me and some other people are trying to get the mom to calm down, and my boyfriend is holding the toddler and wiping her nose. I mean this bitch was fucking screaming all kinds of obscenities at her. It's a damn bloody nose, not your 2 year old kid confessing to murdering your dog.
While all this is happening, I hear her say "When we get home I'mma whoop your little ass!" Aaand that's when my boyfriend and I call the cops. All this over a fucking bloody nose. The cuntbag turned out to have multiple drug and alcohol related offenses against her and a violent past. She isn't getting her child back. Thank whatever God or Gods there may be.
I can't imagine what the little girl might've gone through considering how ridiculous her "mom" overreacted to a simple fucking issue. I'm glad SS took her from her mom. She deserves better. I actually offered to take her, but they had to decline since they prefer to give children to trustworthy relatives. I was pretty upset by it so I called my mom and thanked her for being an awesome parent who never yelled at me for simple accidents. And, you know, paid attention to me. And didn't act like a baby when I was a baby. Thanks, mom. I love you.
people who expect a change
who can't throw away their humanity
who stay idle in growth
who won't dirty their hands
those are the most terrifying of monsters