Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Part II: Moped Throws Baby Girl Off
You came back to see the continuation! I am crazily happy! If you wanna get caught up you can read Moped Throws BabyGIrl Off!
When Idiot and his Wife arrived which was only a few minutes after me, so they probably zoomed as fast as I did.
They entered the ER room and the Wife immediately went up to BabyGirl with worry on her face Wife hugged her and asked if she was okay. The Idiot, I think his first words were, "And you had shorts." I may be blurry about that one but that was it. He stood next to me and never said hello or even go to hell. I do not claim what he was thinking as he stared. But from history, he was thinking of the doctor bills she just incurred on him.
After it was unchallenged that I was taking her home with me, I asked what we were gonna do about the moped. I don't know if it was shock or not hearing me or what. No one answered. I asked again and Wife looks at him and they were talking to each other. It was like, "Hello??"
She looked at me and said, "I don't know." Turns to him and echoed my question. I tend to forget he is hard of hearing sometimes with everyone talking or a lot of noise. (Really he is, not a joke) For some reason people who don't know me can't understand me when I speak at first. However, he knows me but the dollar signs were probably reeling.
He responded, "I don't know." It is like he didn't want to deal with it or something. So the impatient person I am, said, "Well if you don't do anything, I'll call my dad in the morning to ask him to get her Moped with his trailer."
It clicked for Wife. They discussed him bringing his trailer to pick up the moped. Finally they said he would go get the moped in the morning in which he did. However, he couldn't bring it to BABYGIRL's apartment because the trailer wouldn't fit in the narrow alley you have to drive through so he brought it to his house.
I have another option he could have used but I will give him credit for doing that and won't say anything else about it at this time. The moped is safe and that is all that counts.
Stay Tuned Part III--Next Day Exhaustion.