posted Tuesday, March 09, 2010
Kate hitting me didn't scar me. Her ring left a cut on my face, but I just took a picture of it and then put antibacterial ointment on it (who knows where that ring has been), and before long I was good as new. I chose to press charges on Kate because that is what you do when somebody hits you. Only uneducated people decide to take the law into their own hands. I decided to do the responsible thing, and I let the police handle it. A person can't just go hitting people and think she will get away with it. Consequences need to be faced, and it is not my place to do that. I pay taxes so that other people will make sure that happens and that law and order are maintained.
I am pressing criminal charges on her. I have been in constant contact with my city attorney representative, and I am following through on the criminal charges.
I wasn't trying to rule the house once Kate and Natalie were gone. I spent so much time trying to fit in and not upset other people (well, except when I didn't like them), that I was becoming unhappy with the person I had become. I enjoy making my little quirky remarks, but people in the house made fun of me for them, so I didn't make them anymore. I enjoy doing things on my own, but we always did things together. I was just sick on conforming to what everybody else liked, even things as dumb as music. So once Kate and Natalie were gone, I focused on myself and what I wanted to do. I really didn't care if the other girls liked it. I was willing to do things by myself. I just wanted to find the me that I had lost while being in the house.