Friending Sasha Mitchell, part 6
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June 11th, 2011

Friending Sasha Mitchell, part 6


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  1. Macushla says:

    “For all sad words of tongue and pen, The saddest are these, 'It might have been'.” John Greenleaf Whittier

  2. Robert says:

    'Of all glad words of prose or verse/
    The gladdest are these 'it could have been worse'.

    Crispin Mobey

    That said, Sasha just showed Lemont up something fierce – look at what SHE'S done with her life, while he's been . . . uh, being a successful investigative journalist?

    • ChayaFradle says:

      Who is better in his/her character, a married woman reaching out for friendship with a single man who is vulnerable, or a single man who, with hard work, because a successful investigative journalist? Although,come to think of it, if he didn't vet this girl at first, how great is he at investigating? I blame it all on Lemont's mom. She didn't instill in him a good enough self-image. Well, it's time he go out and join special interest clubs so he won't be stuck looking for friends on his computer or Twitter or FaceMacePage, or whatever. (Smile). He should meet REAL people who are available. If Sasha really wanted him, she should show him a certificate of divorce. No?

      • ChayaFradle says:

        By the way, even if she did become a single mom, you never know. I know one woman who HOOKED a vulnerable single man into marrying her and financially taking care of her daughter, and both mom and daughter treated that man like crap.

  3. ChayaFradle says:

    I love the quote, though. It could have been worse. Very right!!!!

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