Is Pearlsky safe?

As mentioned, I have had a protective services investigator from the state ask me if I thought Pearlsky was safe in school now. I have had a local police detective and a state police investigator ask me the same thing. I cannot send her to school AND say “no, I don’t feel she is safe.”

Fifth time the charm?

If you have read through this blog you know we have a history with wheelchairs and the companies that deal with them. In the past I have not identified the companies by name, I try not to do that, nor do I identify teachers, nurses, etc. This post will be an exception. I made the

“Do you still beat your wife?”

I was asked the following question by two investigators, one from the state’s adult protective services (Pearlsky is 20), and the other from one of our city’s police detectives. They both knew at the time of the question that I had resumed sending her to school. The actual conversations. Do you feel she is now


Jeopardy [ˈdʒɛpədɪ]: the danger that an accused person is subjected to when on trial for a criminal offense Jeopardy! : an American television game show featuring a quiz competition in which contestants are presented with general knowledge clues in the form of answers, and must phrase their responses in question form. Alex, I’ll take freaking nightmares

“Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous.” ~Albert Einstein

I am still waiting to hear about stuff. Every knock on the door, every phone call makes me jump. Nothing yet, hence no further discussion about that at this time. My best friend tells me yesterday of a beautiful, quiet place she found to walk and think. I need to think. It is not too

I woke up to hear knocking on glass. At first, I though it was the window until I heard it come from the mirror again.

I really feel bad when I have a lot of posts about not great things and nothing cheery. This blog is designed to be about me and Pearlsky, our life. That part of my life is often tough. I do have fun at time, I have “a life,” but let’s face it, a child such

Or you have nothing.

I’ve discussed this elsewhere, there is something special about the father-daughter relationship. As a father, you protect your daughter, you protect her with your life, more than you would protect yourself, your spouse or anyone else. Your daughter is part of you, and it is your job to make sure she is safe, she is

Just stick it in.

Time to raise the ire of my readers. This past week, the first week of ESY, extended school year, has been the nightmare it always is. They say they are trained in Pearlsky’s care, yet they don’t feed her. I know this from Pearlsky coming home very hungry, and from some of the notes. Maybe