I am at the end of my divorce just waiting for my papers. In July of o5', I took my four kids and moved in with friends, I had had enough! By August I had a home for us, in Sept, had them in school and dance. All the while dealing with my sick mother diagnosed with pancreas cancer. In November I opened my own buisness and in the first week of December, buried my mother. Yes, things got very rough, but head up and eyes forward,and with the guiding hand from above, I made it thru, and I believe we can all make it thru if we hold our heads high and look to each other for support.
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