I talked to them again Saturday.
They are now keeping the General store location and expanding to another building down the street for busy days.
They told me their biggest issue is hiring help. It's what decides if they open or not.
In a divorce you see a side of that woman you had no clue existed.
When my second wife's boss retired and left her 12% of his AMGEN stock worth well into 7 figures, plus her own ample bennys she turned on a dime.
Felt she was missing something in life and bailed out, retired at 29.
No, not at all. It's the only way we could protect my and her future and she knew that. That's how compassionate she is. Straight away relieved that pressure from the marriage.
Dudes like you that think with their dicks have no perception of the consequences of not thinking ahead.
I lost 2 homes in Divorces.
Ain't going to get bit by that dog again and loose this one if things go south.
The wife understood that and insisted we pre-nup so that dark cloud isn't hanging over my head. Not protecting her but protecting me.
Every marriage has it's pressures but never bring...
"Bernard Madoff, the infamous architect of an epic securities swindle that burned thousands of investors, outfoxed regulators and earned him a 150-year prison term, died behind bars early Wednesday. He was 82."
The whole family was in on it as far as I'm concerned.