Yesterday I stopped in to pick up x's tax documents from my attorney. He brought out a huge stack of my documents with him. A HUGE stack. He told me that we didn't need them anymore since my trial was final but to store them in a box in my attic or somewhere. LOL. It was the last of my information that he had in his office. The reminder that I'm just waiting...that everything is final except the waiting...has hit me. I'm very glad but yet I can't seem to move them into my house for some reason. I have left them in my car on the floorboard. Crazy, huh? Wonder why...
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