So it’s been a while since my last post. I’ve had a bit of bother recently on social media. As some of you might know I have had a long struggle in trying to get contact with my son, James. A few years back I set up a twitter account in his name. The purpose of this account was to enable me to send tweets about my son whenever I felt a bit lost in life or when I was missing him the most. It would also serve as a record that I did not give up on him and that I was always there.

This September past James turned fourteen. I decided to take a leap of faith and reach out to him. I knew he was on Facebook even though I had been blocked from viewing his page. I set up a different Facebook account and on his birthday I sent him a message wishing him a Happy Birthday and telling him that I missed him and giving him contact information including my twitter feed so that if he needed anything he could just ask me.

Unfortunately his so-called “mother” found out and contacted both Facebook and Twitter to get my accounts suspended. I’ve lost all access to both accounts. On top of that I’ve been threatened by someone close to James. The guy who threatened me is as much a victim as James and myself. He has been fed lies for years about me. All he knows is only what he’s been told and as a result I hold no ill feelings towards him. I won’t go to the police unless of course the threat is carried out.

It’s not a total loss though. James has learned that I am still thinking of him and have never forgotten him. Also, having dealt with his so-called “mother” for many years, knowing the depths she will stoop to protect her house of lies from falling down, I took out my own insurance policy. I got screen shots every time I made a post or sent a message.

I don’t send threatening messages. 

Never have, never will.