Another tattletale letter to Keith about what I did, as if he didn’t know. In this latest letter, and, by the way, the ones that I have documented here are the ones where his ex mentions me. Remember, WAY back in early days, shall we say, she told him that in fact, I can “butt out” but she’s mentioned me more often than not. Anyway, continuing, in this latest letter of mentioning me, she tells him that on June 23rd, I had called her ex babysitter, “asking questions to the effect of how (the kids) were being taken care of and other character questions about” her. Did she forget that she had already called on June 24,th telling him on the phone that I had called the babysitter?
Well, no, not true. The truth is, Keith had asked me to call to see if he had been listed as the kids father on the Emergency contact.
However, in this same letter, she said that the babysitter’s husband approached her. She told Keith the husband went to her work to speak to her. She told Keith, in this letter, that the babysitter had suffered a debilitating medical condition, that “left her without hearing and unable to function normally for a very long time,” that the sitter was hardly the same person she knew or who watched the kids several years ago.
In a phone call, she told Keith that the sitter “has not ever regained control or her mind back,” and that “she’s not totally mentally there and hasn’t been for over a year and a half to two years. The poor woman probably doesn’t even remember who my kids are because she doesn’t have her mind there.”
Then in this letter, she tells Keith, “(the sitter) was so upset by this telephone call she drove to my house Wednesday and Thursday, July 1 and 2 1998. She was visibly shaken by the telephone call.” Keith and I thought it was pretty “coincidental and convenient” that the sitter drove to her house on July 1, as that was the was the day new court orders were signed and filed with the court.
The Ex said about me, “Pat can feel rest assured she can embarrass me and my kids.” She continued on, accusing me of causing “some poor woman who is not medically well some stress.”
Regarding visitation, she told Keith that on July 9th she called him, and he yelled at her “While Pat was encouraging you in the background.” Not true. She continued blathering on about visitation, until she wrote, “We never had these problems before you met Pat…it’s not the kids fault that you have another child and wife to support. these kids were here first and your priority is to them… Your wife’s behavior is extremely immature and jealous. I must have something she wants. Tell her to get over it and grow up…If you don’t have any money to pay for airfare how can, you afford the attorney calls made by your wife…”
Keith had assured me it wasn’t me. It was here, remembering back to a letter she wrote to him on 9/29/1990 where she states, ” Thank you for the money. Your letter was a good argument against mine. We can’t even write to each other without fighting.”