June 09, 2011
I will start with talking about my Memorial Day weekend and posting some
pics. I know it's been a long time since I've blogged. I'm sorry.
Sunday morning I left to Seattle with my Aunt, her husband Tom and my three cousins. We got to the Mariner game about an hour before it started, which was perfect. I had bought seats that were two rows up from the field behind the right field fence. About 30ft from Ichiro. I paid five more dollars per ticket than my aunt's family and they sat in the 300 level, nose bleed section. Tom isn't very good at the common sense aspect, but he is like one of three top heart surgeons in our state.
I ate pizza at the game because I heard it was so good. It was good, but I'll just stick with my hot dogs I think
After the game we went back to the hotel. I went to dinner with my Aunt
and Tom. It was crazy. We went to this steak house and it was like
$50 a plate, not including all the add ons. It was definitely a look at
how people with a lot of money eat out. It was super good though. I'd
just never spend that much money on food. When we got back to the
hotel, we all went swimming in the indoor swimming pool. I don't think
I've actually went swimming in a pool in probably four years at least.
It was fun.
Monday morning we all got up and ate at the breakfast buffet. Very good food. When we were done eating my cousins wanted to go play racquetball at the racquetball courts in the hotel. We rented equipment at the front desk and went and played. I haven't played racquetball in a good five or six years. It brought back some good memories.
At around 11:30am I took the hotel shuttle to the airport and took the Link Light Rail up to Safeco. I met Savannah (my sister in law) outside the stadium. I had selected our seats, so we were two rows up from the field on the home team side about half way from the right field fence to first base. It was a beautiful day in Seattle, the Mariners won and I had a great time with Savannah.
When the game was over, we didn't just want to leave and go back home right away. I suggested the Crab Pot. A restaurant where you can buy a bunch of crab. I knew Savannah had been dying to go there. So we walked down to the pier from Seattle and went to the Crab Pot. I have never ate so much crab. It was so good. Savannah had King Crab legs and I had a whole Dungenous Crab. Savannah couldn't eat her last leg, so I happily helped her out.
Okay, now to the reason I am writing this blog entry today.Â I have been talking with this girl for maybe the past week.Â We've known each other for maybe a year or longer, but have been texting and chatting on the phone a lot more often recently.Â She lives in Spokane and is planning on moving to Yakima at the end of this month.Â Spokane is a three hour drive from here. This past Saturday we were talking and for some reason I decided I wanted to drive there and meet her.Â She was practically begging me to come.Â She has been going through some tough times because she had found out she was pregnant like maybe a month ago and wasn't dealing well with it.Â She was talking to me about having an abortion a few days prior and I said all the right things and thought I had shown her the light and she was going to give him/her up for adoption.Â She has a three year old daughter now. Well I went over to Spokane and met her at the casino she works at. We drove back to her place.Â Her niece is her room mate, who is 17 years old.Â She is 24ish years old.Â We all watched a really stupid kids movie with her daughter.Â Then went to sleep on her couch.Â Odd, but okay.Â Sunday morning comes around and the niece asks me if I could give her a ride to Yakima.Â I'm like sure when I go home.Â I had planned to stay there till Monday.Â I planned to play poker at the casino the girl works at while she worked.Â The niece started packing up her stuff like she wanted to go now.Â I was like okay...Â The girl I was there for just went along with it.Â Like she wanted me to go as soon as possible.Â I am not a weird or bad guy by any means.Â I didn't do anything wrong and it was really really weird.Â So I took the hint and left for Yakima with her niece.
Well, I think it was late late Sunday night, the girl in Spokane called me at like 11pm and said she was getting her daughter from somewhere that was like an hour away.Â Which was really weird.Â Then I texted her a couple hours later and she said she was in the hospital. Ooooookay? She had been saying her stomach hurt a little when I was over there, so maybe she was there for that.Â I thought nothing of it.
Today I was looking at her facebook and she was saying that she lost her baby.Â That is super sad right?Â I'm calling bullshit.Â She had that abortion she was talking about.Â Everything falls into place.Â My unexpected departure Sunday, her "picking up her daughter at 11pm" (actually dropping her daughter off).Â Her being at the "hospital."Â It's all a crock of shit and she is lying to everyone saying she "lost the baby."Â I am 99.9% certain.Â I don't think I'd even care if I didn't believe abortion is outright murder.Â I am SUPER against it and I don't think I am against anything more.Â I don't want her seeking all this sympathy from everyone because she just killed her baby.Â How do I even go about this?Â I guess I just write about it on my blog.Â There is that .01% part of me hoping that she didn't have the abortion.Â I'd love to confront her about it, but you know how that will go.Â "HOW DARE YOU ACCUSE ME!!"Â I'll be the scumbag of the earth. Nothing good can come from it.Â I know three woman that are my friends that have "lost their baby" One I know for a fact had an abortion because she told me and the other is a 99.9% deal like this one.Â It's just that personality or trait people have that you know they are lying about most things.Â I had no idea abortion happened so much.Â I thought it was a rare thing.Â I feel like ratting out this chick and telling the world she is a murderer, but that's not gunna happen.Â I'll just tell the people that read my blog.
ps.Â If you think I am wrong, let me know.Â I want to be wrong.
edit: Now that I have read this blog entry over.Â I think I have moved from 99.9% to maybe like 60%.Â She didn't exactly live the healthiest of life styles, so maybe she did have a miscarriage.Â Do miscarriages happen a lot or is that a common way for people to cover up abortions?Â She did say that she had planned the abortion appointment down the road so that she had time to think about it.Â I'm just not as sure as I was.