Sometimes all you can do is excise the ones who stir the pot. I had tried to maintain a friendly stance with DT’s family, but when drama rears her ugly head I knew I finally had to cut them out. Well, from my facebook page anyhow.
I didn’t want to be ‘mean’, as absurd as that sounds, by deleting his family members, yet when they act like sixth graders I have no choice. I added the husband of a good friend of mine on FB, DT’s mother tattled to DT that I had a new male friend who was from the same state I live in, has kids, and is a former marine. They obviously looked at his page. Had they of paid a bit more attention to my page they would have noticed his wife who has the same last name and kids in her FB picture.
Oh well. Good riddance. I don’t need to feel like I am being spied on. Ironically, other than a couple mentions of the kids going to their dad for the night or weekend I have kept all my mess off my FB wall. I message the snot out of some friends on there, but nothing done public or visible to the general masses. I probably should have deleted them a long time ago, but I tend to have that little guilt issue flare up. No more. Good-bye. What a fit they would pitch if they saw this blog!
Yes, I did block them as well, by the way.