What if, what if, what if …

I struggled to remember what I had been telling myself, coaching myself over and over again. I said to myself that if he spoke to me, I would pretend not to hear him. If I spoke to him, I would be short. If I was unable to be short, I would stick to finalizing our divorce. If conversing about our divorce was too difficult for him, I would — what? What would I say? How could I ignore what was on my heart? The rambling in my head?

Amazon: Just Beneath the Surface I

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