it’s time to humble myself

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel <<< Dear Ellen, Ann, Marty, and David: Today I opened a letter from Attorney Paul Moran, which reads: “as you know, your mother was named in the trust”.  Attorney Moran was incorrect; it was news to me.  The time has come for me to make some effort to include myself in active communication with at least one of you, and I cannot do this without someone reaching to me.   Inclusion of spouses makes seven of you.  This is not easy for me.  Although my recent decade includes an unrecovered financial crash and the death of my late son, David, the decade represents my best to date.  I credit part of my rally to finding healthy family relationships independent of each of you, but the time has come for me to humble myself and ask to be included.  In effect I am soliciting a volunteer from the four plus three of you, and at risk of creating deadlock, I have decided to disclose preferences.  I prefer to match gender, so if a woman volunteers, then Hana and I will lead with Hana.  To Ann, Ellen, and Marty: please don’t let David volunteer too fast.  David did some weird thing on the eve of my 2011 Florida vacation, and I did some weird thing in reply, and David went silent.  This event is not reconciled, and I prefer to let some other occasion surface what remains.  Your brother, Tom, Tommy, Tee P.S. >>> about me, 201-490-9659 use anonymous2tomdoody@gmail.com as an email address to comment without posting your email address, or login to gmail with password: anonymous123

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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1 Response to it’s time to humble myself

  1. GershomPesach says:

    I do not consider this “humbling!” If anything U R a greater man when U stoop to conquor!

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