I disbelieve Sister M. that my marriage is invalid. She herself strongly encouraged ne to trust that i had "baptism of desire" before i was baptised. And before i met my husband i had spent 2 years in religious "training" with a born again Chrustian friend from the state hospital. She was a schizophrenic and … Continue reading Hallelujah!
The problem with my marriage and motherhood is that it started with a rape. Mybex had me pinnrd diwn. Wevwerent using a ny orotection. H exoexmcted him to pull out. Then, at the last minute, he cried out, "Let me come deep inside you! Tell me you live me until the end of time! There … Continue reading Rape
Finally got it! It took a second after questioning whether I shold leave "things we turn a blind eye to" as a published post. I remembered the "scuz" of my childhood. The greasy film on my scalp, the thick layer of white scum on my teeth. My mother didnt attend to my washing and because … Continue reading one plus one equals one
After seeing Sister M. today i have been in a long slow burn if refuting my own suspicions of sexual impropriety WITHOUT turnibg to somebody in authority--been there, done that; in the end i relied on a trusted voice in ny own thoughts to reassure me and overcame the long weekend of worry. OF COURSE … Continue reading The Damage
I am in the process of vetting this blog for illegal references as I am making it a platform for my book which will be coming out in the next week or so, I will put an alert here when it actually becomes available at the self-publisher website lulu.com. It will be available at Barnes … Continue reading “California, a Pro-Life Novel”
Retroactive emancipation is perfect because it happens by law at 16. That's when i ran away from home. They left me at the house in NJ alone when they went on a two week hiking trip in New England. My brother took the station wagon and went to his girlfriend's house and i hadnt gotten … Continue reading Retroactive Emancipation
51 years later, its finally hitting. Im going to have to rework my book. I noted yesterday on the last page of the printout if the manuscript, "i just realized that Tracey T (not her real name) was the breaking point of the ectopic pregnancy." A short while later i found my way to tbe … Continue reading Safety