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LOVE FAMILIA: St. Maarten Stories III Angelia Vernon Menchan

LOVE FAMILIA: St. Maarten Stories III

Angelia Vernon Menchan

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“Are we going to take Henrietta to St. Maarten?” Valencia asked Armand. She was going to have their son in five weeks and she wanted one more visit before the baby was born. Henrietta had been released from rehab the month before and was doing wellMore“Are we going to take Henrietta to St. Maarten?” Valencia asked Armand. She was going to have their son in five weeks and she wanted one more visit before the baby was born. Henrietta had been released from rehab the month before and was doing well in her apartment and was planning to get involved in helping other addicts. After she had gone into rehab, her friend Lois returned to her family in Virginia and was seeking assistance. Armand saw his mother weekly but their bond was not nearly as strong as the bond Valencia had forged with her.“If you wish, I am okay with it. She will stay in one of the other houses.” Valencia didn’t argue that point with him. The idea of them being alone nights was great but more than anything she wanted Henrietta to see her homeland again.“Great, I will tell her. Thanks for being so loving.” Moving into his arms, she kissed his naked chest. He could only smile.“How could I not love you? I care for Henrietta, she gave me life but we have no bond. I am doing the best I can.”“You are. That is all I ask…”¥¥¥¥Two months into her new job as principal and Veronica loved it. She was very busy but that didn’t deter her enjoyment. Carlton had become withdrawn and they barely had conversations. When he came to bed, he made a point of sleeping far away from her and mornings, he focused on the newspaper and the kids. Something had to give- she could not live out the balance of her life like this. She wouldn’t.¥¥¥¥Chalmus had made up his mind to get back in the dating game. He carried a torch for Veronica but he was a man and a torch didn’t smile at his jokes or kiss him good night. It was time to move on and live.