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30 Sep 07 #4139 by Louise11
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I just want to say thank you so much everyone for the kind words and support, I think the last 3 years just finally caught up with me last week and I just felt so weak, tearful and depressed.

I feel so much better this week, I took time out from all the paperwork and did some decorating so feel much better now, especially seeing my daughters face when she saw her newly decorated bedroom.

Well our final hearing (again) is all set for next Monday and Tuesday and I feel somewhat better thinking, that hopefully for us, anyway we can at last move on with our lives on Wednesday and although I feel apprehensive about it all, I know what ever happens we will, at last be free!

Kind ones
Louise xx

Mind you I thought that last May when we had the FH, omg hope it dont get adjourned again! :(

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30 Sep 07 #4162 by Sera
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Louise, GOOD LUCK! And don't forget to post in the 'Court Outcomes' thread.

I think that once divorce is done-and-dusted, there's a tendancy to not want to be kept in such a negative space. HOWEVER, your advice here is invaluable to new-commers, and I hope you'll stick around for a while after.

Great that you're finally finding a new dimmension to your life.


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Can I echo Sera's sentiments and say, please don't go (song here somewhere!) You have been a great source of support and inspiration for a lot of people. Don't leave us yet!
Thanks for being you
Mike :kiss:

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;)...yeah! Don't go!!!! Or we'll sue your sassy ass for ABANDONMENT !!!!! :silly:

...then we'll order weekly posts and negotiate your visiting rights.... fight for our rights to your avatar, and selectively edit your biog entries to look like damning threats! B)

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