Marriage & Divorce (A Personal Story with a hint of Humor by a Man) Epilogue by Lance the Border Collie [NOOK Book]

Overview

This is an introspective and unique look at dating, marriage, divorce, from a male perspective and tainted with some sarcastic yet telling humor. It is humorous and fact based yet embellished with stories and honest discussions involving heart break, divorce, children, and change.
“Being heartbroken is not easy on anyone. We, being human, will experience heart break in some way, shape or fashion many times in our lives. It may come in the form of a death, a break up, a divorce, ...

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Marriage & Divorce (A Personal Story with a hint of Humor by a Man) Epilogue by Lance the Border Collie

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Overview

This is an introspective and unique look at dating, marriage, divorce, from a male perspective and tainted with some sarcastic yet telling humor. It is humorous and fact based yet embellished with stories and honest discussions involving heart break, divorce, children, and change.
“Being heartbroken is not easy on anyone. We, being human, will experience heart break in some way, shape or fashion many times in our lives. It may come in the form of a death, a break up, a divorce, or something as unexpected as a job loss. The sadness, anger, guilt, and other emotions that run rampant through our soul at the time are horrible. What we must not forget, is that the world will keep spinning and the sun will always keep rising.”
“Some people’s happiness scale goes off the charts with a cup of coffee, but me, well, I set my standard a little higher. Lisa enjoyed my chicken wings and beer night so that sent my happiness scale to new heights. I told you I was simple and pretty easy to please.”
Don’t miss the heartfelt and unique Epilogue from Tally’s dog, Lance the Border Collie.
“I’m writing this so called epilogue to tell my story. It’s my understanding that the pet’s side of the story is rarely told regarding the breakup of people so I think it’s about time.”- Lance the Border Collie

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045211048
  • Publisher: Stefan Kulakowski
  • Publication date: 8/7/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 153,452
  • File size: 110 KB

Meet the Author

Stefan Kulakowski grew up in Ft. Myers Florida enjoying the salty Gulf of Mexico and the area beaches. He now resides in Tallahassee after attending the Florida State University and getting a Bachelor of Science in Criminology in 1985. He’s always had a passion for enjoying good conversation and learning from the people he’s met, places he’s been, and life’s experiences to create unique characters to write about. Stefan still enjoys travel to small coastal communities, the beach, fishing, camping, and time with his grown children Chris and Nicole.
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