Sarah was supposed to go with her Dad last night so I asked him if he wanted to pick her up. He said he would and then never showed up. I called and IM'd him and finally he said he couldn't because "the car wouldn't start". I brought Sarah over and the first thing I noticed was an ungodly stench. He claimed the water line to the refrigerator icemaker broke and soaked the rug. I noticed he seemed like he had been drinking a little but he denied it. I spent about 1/2 hr there gathering up some of my things. I went in the bedroom and peeked in his drawers and they were PACKED with whiskey bottles! Two of them. I didn't check the 3rd. I checked mine and they had bottles too! There must of been over 50. I don't understand the purpose of keeping empty whiskey bottles. Why not throw them out? It was like that when I lived with him. There were piles of them all over. The kitchen was full of filthy dishes, some with mold in them. I didn't even want to leave Sarah there. Against my better judgement, I did. I tried calling later but there was no answer. She called at 10 PM and said he had taken her to a carnival at the mall. He sounded sober so I went to bed. She called me at 7 AM and said that a chair was tipped over and there was a whiskey bottle on the floor and her Dad was still asleep. I went over to get her and he was still in bed. There was an enormous bottle on the floor, like a gallon of it of Jim Beam and a kitchen chair was knocked over. I took a few pictures with my cell phone camera. It was dark in there tho. I wanted to call the sheriff but couldn't find the number in my cell phone. I went in and woke him up and he said he wasn't drinking and the bottle was from "before". I said it wasn't there yesterday and he said he had a "little". According to the order he isn't supposed to drink at all during visitation to access. I called the law guardian and left a message with her. See what she thinks I should do. Linda
Thanks to Donna for the graphic, link on right!