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Well ladies, i am officially divorced today.  I feel relieved and oddly enough after almost 10 years of marraige and 15 years together....no sadness or regret for my decision.  It was an easy divorce as far as they go (no children).  It was a no lawyer do it yourself kinda thing.  Which i took care of on my own without any help from him and he did not have to show up in court today.   So, let me tell u how funny that turned out.  I was in the zone as soon as i walked in so i wouldn’t get nervous.  I handed the clerk my papers then proceeded to sit down and wait my turn.  I walked right by him and sat behind him.  I didn’t even notice it was him for at least 5 minutes.  I saw this man out of the corner of my eye looking at me, but i didn’t make eye contact. I kept thinking...why is this guy staring at me?  Then low and behold it was my soon to be ex-husband. He said to me “i was there when we got married so i should be here for the divorce“.  Funny thing is he had to leave to run his basketball practice (he’s a coach for a highschool team) before our turn came.  The whole irony involved is that bball was one of the reasons for our marraige failing with his constant absence.  GO FIGURE RIGHT!!!!  I’m not sure what his intentions were for showing up today, but as usual basketball ruled out everything else.

Like i said, no regrets.  What happened today with him, just made it so fitting.  By the way, if you see a different last name for me i went back to my maiden name of Stewart instead of Baerwolf. I figured if i’m done with him, then i’m done with his last name also.

Once again, thanks for letting my tell my story. It always makes me feel better.



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