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I am happy to be able to contact you! I'm sorry it took so long. I've been working on myself and staying busy to ward off sadness. Thank you so much for thinking of me and being concerned. that's so Beautiful to share your time with thoughts of hoping that things are okay for us....Thank You. I do hope that things are well for you. I'm planning to mail it this week. Thank you again for your advice. I am making notes. I'm wondering if I should include audio recordings that dispute the false allegations that were made about my husband and myself. He is very special to me. We didn't always see eye to eye but I love him dearly. All I wanted was his love. He's 63 and I'm 43. He's a New Yorker and I'm a Virginian. He's hard, I'm soft. He's pessimistic, I'm optimistic. He thinks he hasn't talked with me or had contact with me because I abandoned him. I don't know what they told him.

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@mutwo. Im sure that if you have audio recordings that will give the judge more information . You should do this is my opinion

@mutwo I am so glad you’re working on staying positive and being busy. That’s the best medicine! As for the tapes, tell the judge that you have them and would be willing to share, but don’t just send them. If the judge wants to listen to then, he’ll ask.
Now, if you don’t mind, I’m going all the way back to the beginning—you so lovingly talk about you husband, but what put him in the hospital in the first place? You said something about an accident. Do you mind my asking?

@mutwo I know it’s been a long, long time but I’ve been thinking about you and hoping that all has gone well. Will you write and let me know how you’re doing?