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Feb 23, 2021

Elida Myers and I continue where we left off from part 1. 

Elida lays bare the consequences of living together.  What legal rights does Elida have?

Family turmoil--judgment, shame, and legal.  Elida's extraordinary relationship with Rick's young adult sons. Rick's executor--wicked sister?  

Leaving California, leapfrogging America for a fresh start. Four years after Rick's death, how it feels to get noticed again by a handsome man. And lots more.

Curious? Read the episode bulletissimos below for more clues.

  • Why Do We Say--Still Living?
  • My Family Refused My Partner
  • Mexican Christian Judgment Shame
  • My Partner's Sister Turned On Me
  • Was I The Devil's Spawn?
  • I Treated His Boys Like My Own
  • The Knock on The Door
  • They Changed the House Locks
  • California Here I...Leave
  • I Couldn't Function
  • Arizona, Put on Your Rainbow Shades
  • Momma, You Lost Your Sparkle
  • Fresh Start in Georgia
  • Flea Market Ring
  • The Taller The Hair, The Closer to Heaven
  • Got Noticed? Feels Good Doesn't It?
  • Spontaneous Announcement
  • The Whole Soulmate Thing
  • Fear of Life's Beauty
  • Mutual Respect
  • Trap a Lobster

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