Well I finally have a free moment, so here it goes...
I am happy to announce that Mikey was discharged from the hospital on Wednesday and is now living with me for the mean time. He is currently out looking for cars with my brother (which is why I have a free moment), because we are assuming that he will going home to an empty house. He literally has nothing at the moment, just a few clothes that we bought at wal-mart, his wallet, and a watch.
We are assuming he will be going home to nothing, because his crazy mother is still at the house. She has grand plans to sell and/ or shred all of his possessions, but of course right now it is all talk. We have spoken to a lawyer about the situation already and we will begin the process of evicting his mother from the home soon. We are even going to file a suit against the police department for exacerbating the problem, for removing Mikey from the house he owns, and for providing his mother with the keys to the locks Mikey had just replaced to doors on the home. The suit for the police will happen after we get the house taken care of though.
Mikey own's house solely, and is the only person listed on deed to the home, his mother has no legal standing in this matter. We have to use an attorney for the eviction process only because anything Mike says or does to his mother can be taken as retaliation by the police department and court house. Even though it's his home and not hers, the eviction can fall through because of it. After all, Mikey was taken by police to the hospital, and put in an extended mental hold solely based on what his mother had told the police. We are taking all the precautions we can so everything goes smoothly and is done without anymore drama.
No worries, he has not gone home since being released and he has had absolutely no contact with her since the incident. We only know what his aunts have been telling us about his mother.
I have some other exciting news to share. I have gained employment! I will soon be working for the community college I attend as a facilitator for IAV classes. IAV (Interactive Video Classes) are basically classes done by webcam (sort of like chatting on skype). Generally the professor will located at one campus, while the students will be located at other campuses. I am basically the liaison between the students and the professor. I will have to proctor tests, fax homework, set the cameras up, and make sure sound and audio is working and is set appropriately.
This a part time job, pays $10 / hour, and I begin training on Friday. I was hired on the 12th of this month, I was really excited but I had Mikey to deal with so this news was really put on the back burner.
Thanks again everyone for all the love and support.
We really should everything figured out soon, and we should return back to normal soon.
Normal has never sounded so nice.