15 Apr

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To all of you who have been touched by the bombings in Boston today, you have so many people thinking of you and praying for you. What happened today is a tragedy, no matter the cause of the explosions, and especially on what was supposed to be a joyful day of victories during the Boston Marathon.

Also, tragedy struck close to home in Dallas, TX today when a pregnant woman was shot and killed, and another officer was wounded, during a car chase.

I’ve also had to write a letter to a neighbor who continues to hatefully harass my mother, which happened again this morning as she was walking the dog. The apartment has been called each time this has happened, and when other things have happened that we’re almost sure, but can’t prove were done by him. (Human and animal feces have been left on her front doorstep and by her bedroom window, for instance.) The police have been called, but the man refuses to open his door. He has called the main office, threatening the lives of the employees, and he’s been in a confrontation with the neighbor above him who reported him as well. He appears to target women when they are alone, and when no one else can prove he’s done or said anything. It seems that no one can or will do anything to stop him, so my husband and I plan on going tomorrow (possibly with a police escort) to confront him. I’ve written a letter informing him that my mother is not alone, and that her family, friends, and neighbors will not allow her to be made a target, in case he won’t open the door. Prayers and good thoughts are much appreciated as we try to stop this!

Gentle hugs,

Chelsea

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2 Responses to “”

  1. Lindsay April 16, 2013 at 2:33 pm #

    That’s awful that someone is harassing your mom. He sounds unstable, that must be scary for your mom. I hope it is resolved soon!

    • Chelsea April 16, 2013 at 4:01 pm #

      Thank you, Lindsay! He is unstable, but he’s also shown that he only targets women when they’re alone or unable to prove he’s said or done something. I’m hoping the presence of my husband will help.

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