Trenches

Hello, Chelsea, we hope that you and yours are doing well, today’s post should be an interesting one. Here we go.

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TG called us yesterday to say that she now has a place away from her parents. She wants Charlie to move in with her. We would like to. However, she is in Brooklyn, and we are working on a way to get there. Due to her physical condition she can’t drive, so it’s up to us to get there. We might have a ride but it’s not definite yet

We are still trying ahead, and today is the weakest that I have felt. We will be heading to the train station soon to inquire about tickets to Brooklyn, it’s about a 2 mile walk, which is good, because it will help weaken my body. We are shooting to get this done with before Christmas, I don’t want my daughter to spend Christmas inside a church since the day shelter is closed that day.

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Alright. According to Alex and Carolyn my daughter and I are the actual Jesus Christ and God. She was Iesous and I was God by my signature being misread. That is all I will say on that matter.

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(God is almost here, honey)

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I am so tired. After leaving the church this morning we stayed inside the day shelter resting, and thinking. I think it will be best for me to do as my wife had said, in regards to leaving; “keep it short and sweet and leave”. Sounds good to me. Manhattan is still the choice of destination, maybe Brooklyn is close by.

This morning Chelsie had a bowl of cereal and a muffin, and for lunch some chicken and fruit, not a lot, just enough to get me to and from the train station. We have not drank anything in two days, and we’re all feeling it, mostly Chelsie.

Not to change topic, here’s a thought for all of your married readers, Chelsea. My wife Alexandra knows my every thought and every dream, thanks to technology. I have nothing to hide so this doesn’t bother me at all, in fact, I can appreciate this. If you are a husband, how would you feel if your wife could know your every thought and dream? Something to think about.

It is now time for us to go to the train station so we are stopping here.

Enjoy your day, Chelsea and readers, all be safe, all stay warm, and Chelsea? Keep it stellar 🙂 .

Love,

Chelsie, Elsa, Alex, Carolyn & Von

XO

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My family comes first. Von

 

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