I spoke to my step mom today and after getting off the phone with her I felt kind of like my parents do not have any patience for me whatsoever. That made me feel real small and very uncomfortable. As I sit here and think, the tears of misunderstanding want to creep down my face but I will not let them come down. I am almost embarrseed to realize that neither my mom or dad ever had the patience for me and I wonder if my so-called status of being handicapped has something to do with that. My dad, after this summer being with him and my family, all I got out of the togetherness was the feeling of not be wanted. I think I better go for now because I am a little off track with my emotions.
Now I remember the story. I know now what happened to the “real” Michael Crowe. The story I watched tonight was based on a true story. Also, I had made an error in the last entry saying that it was Michael’s older sister was killed when Michael is the oldest and his sister Stephanie was twelve years old. I watched the movie and practically got lost into it. It was a story that made me have mixed feelings but I do not know who is to blame for Michael’s sister’s murder. Did Michael Crowe do it? Did this Richard person do it? I have no clue even though I disagree with the way the police and the interrogation process was handled. That was awful to be very honest with you. But did Michael Crowe really kill his sister Stephanie? Apparently, to the understanding of what I read a few minutes ago, Michael was found innocent…am I right?
It has been a very quiet day. I had company from 4:45 p.m. – 7 p.m. as we enjoyed a deep dish pizza from Pizza Hut tonight as well as each other’s company. Now I am watching the movie about Michael Crowe. Michael Crowe is being accused of murdering his oldest sister and so I am watching the movie to see if it will have a happy ending where Michael Crowe will be found innocent, but I do not know the story and/or what it is about so I will have to watch the movie to see what it is all about. I will be back about 9 p.m.. Bye for now.