Friday, April 29, 2011

Things to do

After I left yesterday, I sat Todd in the living room and gave him some broth to drink while he watched TV. While he did that, I made a checklist.

1. Lock all of his horror games, ESPECIALLY Silent Hill, in the filing cabinet.
2. Take his flash drive and make all of his horror music on it HIDDEN.
3. Put up parental controls on the internet so he can't access anything that would make him worse.
4. Hide the key to the filing cabinet.

So I've done 1, 2, and 4, but 3 is being difficult. I can't search the ENTIRE internet and block EVERYTHING. I may just have to monitor his computer usage.

Poor kid. At least his face is getting better. Those bandages may be able to be permanently off in a week or so. I don't know, I'm not a doctor. But still, poor thing. I'm sitting in here with him while he's playing little nice games I've set out for him. Maybe it'll take his mind off of things. Though I didn't have quite the selection to choose from, video games helped me learn to drown out the noise. Unfortunately that DID have the unintended effect of making me have a headache. Not that it wasn't worth it.

Woah, he just threw the controller down. Better see what that's about.


  1. Censorship of that kind of thing may help, but it also might make Todd resent you. Be careful. Enmity between the two of you isn't something you need right now, especially if Todd is as upset and unstable as your last post suggests.

  2. He hasn't mentioned any of the missing stuff yet, so I assume he's okay with it.

    I hate to see him like this.. He's like a sniveling child right now. And all I can do to help him is give him a hug and talk to him. I wish there was something I could do...

  3. he might be getting sick, so watch out. umm has anything else happen since he had his crazyness? any Sm stuff?

  4. Not really. A window broke somehow and we got a few notes, but other than that it's been quiet.