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You Promised Me a Tomorrow

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This story begins with Randy crying over TJ's grave. What happens to the beautiful boy, TJ, he meets the first day of school? You will have to read the       story until its dramatic ending to find the answer. Did T.J. break his promise to Randy?

Copyright © 2006 by Ronyx All Rights Reserved

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On ‎1‎/‎22‎/‎2018 at 8:19 PM, Wesley8890 said:

So glad this has made its way here!

Thanks, Wesley. You know I began posting this story just for you. :P

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This is a great story so far. Knowing in part how it ends and that it isn't a case of happily ever after doesn't detract from it but rather, it adds a somewhat surreal realism to it that we have come to expect in similar situations all to often.....

    I suspect that his useless bully of a brother may have something to do with what happens plus people like Deanna and Carter who only make things muddier and more difficult for TJ to cope with.

  Having witness. A large number of such things where someone has offt themselves I don't see how they can go on without getting proper help. Although there are plenty of instances because of distance or a lack of understanding these things do happen. I have spent nearly forty years dealing and living with the effects of bipolar disorder and thoughts of suicide at different times and very nasty judgemental religious family members who stole much of my possessions over a period of time. It's  not fun but for my health I had to walk away from it all and have frozen them out of my life to the extent I no longer regard them as family  and have nothing to do with them

 I much happier for it and it was very clear there is justice in the so called justice system   as it rewards those that do the wrong while those who do the right thing suffer. 

 

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