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A Broken Home-Can Never Be Fixed? pt2
Published Dec 2, 2011


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~~~>XOXOs

Hey Readers,

Nothing to say, other than {C.A.R.H} Comment Anything and Rate High

EnjoyÖ. Oh, sorry about any mistakesÖ

~~~>XOXOs
After running into Justine at the gym, I began to get excited about seeing my daughter and son. I canít believe my son is the captain of the basket ball team. I guess the saying is true- Like father, like son. I canít wait to talk to him! Oh let me not forget my sweet baby girl, Justice. I canít wait to see her walking and to hear her talking.

After doing my daily workout, I made the decision to go and see them immediately.
After going home to freshen up, I got in my car and drove to the address Justine had given me. I pulled up to the white fair size family house. At first, I just sat in the car, going through the thoughts that were going through my head. ďWill they hate me? Have they missed me? Will they remember me?Ē

I shook my head and decided that it was time to find out the answers.
I got out the car and headed towards the front door. Once I got there, I took a deep breath and rung the door bell. 20 seconds later, Justine opens the door. Justine: Hey Marty, glad to see you. (She said shaking my hand) Please come in.

As she turned to walk me into the house, I noticed that Justine was wearing a dress. A dress that fitted each and every last of her curves beautifully.
Justine: Paul is not here just yet, he had practice. He will be home soon. Justice is in her room sleeping.
Marty: May I? (I said asking to watch Justice sleep)
Justine: I prefer that you donít
An awkward moment began to fill the room. Marty- I know that itís awkward to have me here and I donít deserve your kindness, but I really appreciate it.
Justine: Iím not doing it for you; Iím doing it for our kids.
Marty: Either way, Iím grateful.
Justine: Yeah, wellÖ. You are welcome.

She walks off and I follow
Marty: Iíve missed you
She stopped walking
Justine: What did you say? (She said turning around)
Marty: I think you heard me (I said walking up on her) I said I missed you.
Justine: Marty, donítÖ.. Donít do this. I am having a hard time already with you being here.
I know I was wrong for just blurting out my feelings, but it had to be said. Too many years had passed me by without my family. Justine and I were together for 13 years before our divorce, so I have every right to miss her.

Marty: Is it so bad for me to tell you I missed you.
Justine: Yes, itís been 3 years and Iíve moved on.
Marty: Have you?
Justine: Yes, Marty, I have.
Marty: I havenít

Silence took over the room

Marty: Did you miss me?
Before she could respond, the front door open and it was Paul.
Paul: Mom, Iím home! (He yelled throwing his things down on the floor.)
When he spotted us he stood there. It was silence for a while, so I decided to break it.

Marty: Hi, sonÖ (Nothing) Youíve gotten tall.
Paul: Dad?!?
Marty: Yeah, itís me
He ran to me and hugged me with tears in his eyes.
Paul: Iíve missed you!

Paul running to me that way caused me to remember how he use to run to me when I would come home after work. I smiled at the memory and I was happy that he missed (At least someone did).



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SimplySweetFeb 26, 2012

Touching moment on that last slide

tamyaglassFeb 11, 2012

Aww... I hope Marty and Justine gets back together...

ahenderson011Dec 7, 2011

really good!

sims_is_my_sinDec 4, 2011

coool ^_^\:rah\:

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