Relationship 101

Dear Readers, In today’s Society there are countless broken relationships and this leads to dysfunctional homes. Couples are felling stuck and have become complacent in their routine living arrangement, and few people are making the effort to speak up. I suggest to going back to the beginning. Take a meaningful stroll down memory lane reconnect to why you committed to a partnership. You might be surprised about what you discover and this could place you on the road to healing.

Thank you for watching.

 

The big pay back

 

Detective Mici woke from a deep sleep he thought he heard a noise. He reached for his gun; and left the bedroom slowly making his way down the dark hallway. He walked down the stairs keeping his back against the wall, entering the living room, the light from the street shone inside the room. Mici saw the shadow of a person holding a bloody knife standing over a body. When the person heard the clink of the gun, he quickly escaped through the broken glass door dropping the knife. Detective Mici waited a few minutes; he walked over to the window, surveying the area, there was silence. He knew not to touch the evidence, searching for the phone, he called his old precinct.

“Hello, 29th precinct SGT. Moore, what is your emergency?”

“This is Detective Mici, I have a situation at my house that requires police assistance.”

“Are you injured?”

“No.”

“Can you give me a description of the situation?”

“Yes, there is a dead body in my living room.”

The officer dispatched all units in the area; within minutes Det. Mici’s house is surrounded by police activity. Among the officers is his old friend Chief Jefferson. Walking through the house and he Det. Mici siting in the living room being questioned by an officer. The Chief interrupts the interview,

“Thank You officer I will take it from here.” Chief Jefferson sits next to Det. Mici, He whispers, “How should we handle this situation?”

“By the book old.”

“Ok. I’ll leave you alone with your thoughts; this is going to make a hella story.” Chief Jefferson said.

Det. Mici flashbacked to the previous night, He remembers staring at the bottom of a bourbon bottle after gulping the last drop. A voice interrupted his thoughts.

“Det. Mici, I was told to escort you to the station.”

Looking up at the officer he said, “I understand.”

Chief Jefferson awaits Det. Mici at the precinct. As they walked through the precinct, the Chief announced….

“This is Det. Mici, he is one of our top veterans.”

“He is a suspect shouted one of the officers.”

Chief Jefferson replies in a threatening tone. “How would you like traffic duty for the next six months’ officer?”

The officer exited the precinct…

“Let’s go to my office.”

“I’ve been reviewing your cases; you have some unhappy people who could be out for revenge.”

Det. Mici paced the room “I have turned this situation over and over in my mind, nothing make sense.”

“Take a seat, I’ll call the Medical Examiner maybe she has made an I.D of the body.”

While the chief dialed the number, Det. Mici, recognized a of Scotch on the desk.

Ring…Ring…Ring

“Hello.”

“‘This is Chief Jefferson, from 29th precinct calling to get an Identification of the body found earlier at Det. Mici’s house.”

“Can I put you on hold for a moment I need to check the logs?”

Moments Passed……

“Hello Chief, you said the body came In from Det. Mici’s house?”

“Yes.”

“We haven’t received a body from that location.”

“Can you look again?”

“Chief, I’ve been working since 5:00 AM, and based on our logs we haven’t received a body.’’

Stunned by the M.E.’s reply the Chief opened the bottle of Scotch. He poured two drinks.

“You might want to drink this.”

Det. Mici looked at the Chief, “I’ve seen that look before.”

“The body has been misplaced.”

“I don’t understand.”

“The M.E. says they don’t have the body.”

“We have a report, there is the knife. What about the finger prints?”

“The only prints on the knife are yours”

“How? I never touched the knife.”

“Don’t know; let’s take a ride back to your house.”

They left the precinct through the back door. During the drive, they did not speak; arriving they walked around the outside of the house. The glass door was repaired. They slowly entered the house. Using their flashlights, looking around, there is no sign of evidence of a crime.

“What the hell is going on?”

“Someone doesn’t want this case to be solved.”

Suddenly, the house lights came on. There is laughter throughout the house.

“Come out fellas” announced the Chief.

“What the hell is going on Chief?”

The chief burst out laughing “all these years I’ve waited to get back at you for bringing that stripper to my bachelor’s party.”

 

THE END

What Say You?

Greetings readers,

I am back, did  you enjoyed your Independence day celebration?….Speaking of Independence

Some people  say, times have changed. I say, people have changed.

Flashback… to the days when wives stayed at home while husbands worked to support their families.

Moving forward to the birth of the women’s movement and feminist ideology causing women to leave their homes, and join the work force. However, women are still expected to come home and perform their domestic duties.  Most of the women I spoke to about women working outside of the home, said they felt that ” society and their families are punishing them for wanting to be recognized for more them just a stay at home house wife.”

The punishment these women are referring to is the labels given to “women who want have it all. They are called Superwoman or Ms. Independent, High maintain, and because they have a job, they don’t need a man. Women in the work force are belittled and told that they are trying to compete with men. So, chivalry is dead, because women raised their voices and want to have a say, instead of being dictated to by a cultural belief that “a women’s place is in the home.”

Back to the matter of women who feel they are being punished for wanting to earn a pay check, obtain an education and explore their creative abilities. Husbands are demanding that their wives  give of their earnings and contribute to the household expenses; as away of a wife ” doing her part.”

When referring to the financial situation in a relationship, I hear this phrase ” Whats mine is mine and whats hers is hers.” Gone are the days of what we earn is ours. Husbands are hiding money, wives have to conceal the fact that they have back account.  This why I say, people have changed.

 

What say you?

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Things that stay in out Minds

Dear Readers,

I had a flash back when I was a teen about 13 or 14 my father told me the story of creation. His version came from  the book of Genesis. I remember him telling  me that in order for  Gods  creation of the Garden of Eden complete, he ( God) fashioned a man ( Adam) to rule over the Garden of Eden. After a few days God saw that Adam was lonely. He ( God) realized that a man being alone is not ” a good thing.” So, God made a woman ( Eve) to be Adams ” help Mate”  yes, these are the words my father used ” Help Mate, ” not wife, spouse, ball and chain, better half, the little Ms, or any other label society places upon a woman to describe her relationship with a man.

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Anyway, I digress, getting back to the point of ” It’s not good for a man to be alone.” So, here we are in the 21 Century and Bachelorhood is celebrated like a rite of passage, among men who deem themselves lucky not to have been caught in the marriage trap. It seems that with the passing of time a man being alone is a good thing. Today’s modern man do not see women  as an equal partner, but as a nag, an inconvenience or a convenience and a burden.

Most men run when women whisper the words, committed relationship, commitment or marriage. To men the idea of spending  their God given  life with one woman freaks then out because it means being monogamous. Wait a minute wasn’t this Gods intentions? One man to one woman, so that no one would be alone. There are plenty of women who desire to be a ” help mate” than men who wish to oblige them. Wow! And God created then first. Hmmmmm…

What say you?