“You can’t help that. We’re all mad here.” ~The Cheshire Cat

I don’t hate cats per se. Actually, I don’t have emotions either way. The thing is, Pearlsky is so allergic to them … when she had allergy testing where they prick your skin in a grid to see what reacts … the cat reaction as so bad that the other tests around it could not be read! I do have a problem with the fact that Pearlsky’s mother has a cat, ever since her then boyfriend moved in with her a few months after our separation, and Pearlsky has never been able to go there … but I digress.

What’s with all this cat talk? Well …

I let the cat out of the bag …

Or is it just that you can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube?

Either way … I did it …

I just faxed twelve pages to the Office of Public Protection, Department of Public Health, Division of Licensure.

As you know, I can be a voracious advocate for Pearlsky. How dare the school nurses violate her civil rights and violate their own rules on neglect. But this action is bothering me. I am, after all, going after her license, her livelihood. Not that she does not deserve it, this has been going on for years, but I hate that I must do this.

As for why they do not give Pearlsky her amino acid that keeps her alive and the seizures at bay? No one knows. The last explanation given, really, was “we don’t feed disabled students.” Note, this is 10 cc of a medication given at the same time as other medications. The state is now obligated to investigate, maybe we will learn more.

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