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A NOVEL DIARY OF A MARRIED WOMAN PART 1
by Angie Diaz-Cervo

Sunday, April 11, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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First day of school for the children and Theresa had to go to court for the child support and enforcement of the Judge order.

9-8-2009
As she was waiting to go in the court house, Mat was driving up the street in a hurry, she went to the first floor and check in to find out if it was time to go in but it wasn't. She had to go to the restroom and came face to face with him in the hallway but she had no reaction to his presence. When she came back to the waiting room, he was on the phone and stayed on the phone for a long time. He was a stranger that was wearing sneaker, green pants and his hair was receding more and more. He dress liked he didn't have any money, that was his approach. We went in the room and it was a lady that was at the bench this time, she said that she didn't understand what I wrote said Theresa. She transferred the case to NY and he asked her if the restraining order was in effect in every state and she answered yes. Theresa's heart was still pure and not broken but she hated what she was going through. She had to hate the sins or the actions but not the person, Agape love . The court representative didn't want to deal with case. She felt like moving out of the country and forget his face and his family, she needed to focus on the future and forget the past.

Dorrance publishing

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