I have been so darn numb since he ask me if he could sell our wedding band, don't know if I'm more hurt, angry, or confused? And come to think of it, his alibi witness who I just spoke to reminded me that he sent the pro-bono attorney $100.00, cause she does a abundance of work on his parole issues. When I ask him where did you get the money from, he said he saved it, I don't believe him. I think he already sold the ring cause I don't get to see him, but he knows I want to try to go next month. MY QUESTION IS????? How many of you would ask for the wedding band back?????????????????????? I want to see if he produces my ring, yes, my ring, I paid for the rings. Its not the money, its the SENTIMENTAL VALUE................This is something I don't think I can forgive? I know him, if he knows I'm coming he will ask the person he sold it to,,,to give it to him for a day of my visit, am I so wrong for wanting the ring back, I'm confused on this one.
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