Letter to My International Deadbeat Dad

Hi Jack,

How nice to see you out shopping with The Diva and enjoying your day.

While you two play, I’ve made connections in the U.S. Government.

Busy getting the word to them. My mission to create Sheila’s Law is off and running.

This law will require International Deadbeat Parents to surrender their passports upon departure from or entry into the United States of America if they have

1. An unpaid judgment against them that includes unpaid child support.

2. Contempt of Court charges.

3. Any outstanding arrest warrants.

Just call me nobody, Jack.

Nobody is on this mission to apprehend International Deadbeat Parents. Like you, Jack.

So, sit back, relax and watch the wheels of justice turn.

Reaching Out

It’s hard for me to self-promote. I cringe when I reach out, asking people to “like” or “connect” or “follow” me. I’m sure as I progress, my skin will become thicker. I’ll be more professional, able to put this part of publicity into perspective.

Have any of you felt this? If so, how did you get past it, or do you really ever get past it?

The Red Umbrella

Jaunty color on a rainy day

The red umbrella

Sister comatose covered by

The red umbrella

They say no coverage by

The red umbrella

Deadbeat Dad covered by

The red umbrella

He’s hiding employment so

The red umbrella

Is snatched away from her

The red umbrella

Is a logo a symbol

The red umbrella

Infuriates me

The red umbrella

Is the cape of a matador

The red umbrella

The color of her blood

The red umbrella

I stomp in the mud

The red umbrella

Insures coverage after injury

The red umbrella

Is a lie! Do not buy

The red umbrella