January Journal Continue . . .
With his phone out and obviously recording, Scott approached me in our home office and asked, “What do you want?” Scott then continued on to say for the camera, patting his heart and giving me the sad puppy eyes, “I just want a peaceful, painless, and amicable divorce.” I couldn’t help but laugh. All his actions leading up to that point were anything but peaceful.
I replied, “If you want our divorce to be amicable, as you’ve so often said, then please respect my boundaries. Stop breaking into my room, my car, my files. Our divorce is not going to be amicable until you are amicable.”
“So, you’re saying you are a not going to be amicable?” With a big grin, Scott then said, “Thank you very much.” He turned, and walked away saying, “Thank You. Thank You,” repeatedly chuckling under his breath walking out the door.
(Over the course of the divorce, Scott would stage more than 30 events in attempt to set me up and/or even going so far as to trying to put me in jail.)