Supposed to be til death do they part, maybe it would have been if either would have been more tolerant; less critical. While they figured out neither were either, two sons were born.
She was a lousy wife, a good mother, and a sloppy housekeeper.
He was a lousy husband, a decent dad, and determined to have full physical custody.
The State favors keeping arrangements the way they have been. She was a stay-at-home and he worked full-time.
Needing an edge, he began taking photos of the messes.
The custody investigator laughed at the photos; her bruises, not so much.
This is a fictionalized true story.
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