Your Honor, My Children, Please

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Your Honor, My Children, Please
by J. William Venezia

This book is about my true experiences with divorce, remarriage, and the securing of my children from their natural mother, without tearing everyone apart, by offering a warm and loving atmosphere and letting the children decide their future.

As you read this, please keep in mind that I never thought this would happen. I remarried a wonderful woman who had three daughters. We started out with nothing, renting a totally furnished cottage, that even included the dishes, pots, pans and knick-nacks. Without any difficulties, we became a new happy family. When my five children came for their first visit, they saw love, happiness , laughter and warmth. One by one, on later visits, they started to call my wife " mother" and her children called me "dad" Things just happened and one of my daughters asked my my wife if she could call her "mother" because she was "more like a mother should be," it blew our minds.

About the Author

I was born in 1930 in northern New Jersey. We moved around the state quite a bit during the Depression. I graduated high school in 1949. I was in my first year of college when the Korean War broke out, and so I volunteered for the draft. I served in the Army from 1951 to 1953. I served as an investigator in the Counter Intelligence Corp. Upon discharge, I attended evening classes at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and I received my bachelor of science degree in 1958. I worked for a few companies in sales, marketing, VP quality, and engineering. I am credited with seven patents for new product concepts.

I am currently retired in the sunny South. I enjoy reading, bowling, fishing, and the companionship of my wife of over forty years.

(2010, paperback, 46 pages)