The Verdict

She didn’t get the “hangin’ judge”. She got the nice judge (as far as I’m concerned) who sentenced her to a year of anger management.

She’s angry that the first one falls on her birthday.



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“"Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy.'” William Butler Yeats
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8 Responses to The Verdict

  1. Lynn says:

    Dumb biotch…doesn’t even recognize when she’s been lucky. Time for Popeye to come home.

  2. poolagirl says:

    It won’t last. She will screw it up. Then they can really nail her.

  3. LA says:

    Everyone, even the Sea Hag, deserves a chance to get her act together. If she doesn’t take advantage of the gift it’d no reflection of the love offered, only the sad result of a life closed off from hope.

    I DO wish your son and grandchildren will be able to come home to Love. ~LA

    • Joan says:

      You know, LA, ths worst part about the whole thing is that I know they love each other – there’s something there – but she has so much anger inside of her that she just can’t get past. I really do hope that this works.

  4. Yankee Chick says:

    Oh, man. There’s one in every crowd! Anger management won’t do her any good unless she is receptive to it. It’s like anything else. Yeah….she’ll be up to her usual tricks in no time. I just hope Popeye comes to his senses before she hurts the kiddos. **hugs**

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