Sunday, September 8

Being Honest but Not always Logical; much more common than we think.

Denise, my partner in marriage [now divorced] is very smart and determined.
She is also honest, but at times illogical;
much more common than we think.

She did her fact finding, and took time to consider and discuss with her friends and the family what she should do, after 47 years of Marriage. She decided to leave me and not tell me, until after she had left.

My problem was that she didn't discuss her options with me, the Patriarch of the family. Her Mother died and left her a buddle of money and a home to live in.

One day in 2007/8, I gave her a New Credit Card with a limit of $90,000.00, with only the interest to pay. There was sufficient wealth to secure the loan for ever. The wealth was all mine.

Shortly after Christmas Eve of 2008, the evening she left me, I learned she was divorcing me.

A few months later on July 31, 2009, I found myself evicted from my own family home and studio, which I bought, and paid for in 1969. It was fully paid for and there were no taxes or other debts outstanding.

To this very day, she claims she is honest and I agree with her. I also say she is often illogical.

I have collected the facts since she left and have analyzed everything.

I have put together, the story of the crime. She was assisted by my two sons and her employer. I deliverrd the facts of this incident to the RCMP in Westmount on the Island of Montreal. I also reported my Lawyer to the Bar of Quebec.

My children live in Ontario and my wife on the Ocean side of Quebec, somewhere unknown.

I know that I'm an elder who has been cruelly abused. I'm 80 years old.

How will this end?