After living in her grandma’s house for about a year Jenni was notified, without warning, by her mother that the house was sold and that she had two weeks to find a place to live. Within a week, while jenni and her children were gone her mother sent relatives and a friend of Jenni’s to pack up all her and her grandma’s belongings, which some were put into her mother’s home, a shed and other belongings were piled into a big mound in her mother’s back yard like garbage.
Jenni and her children were thrown out like their piled up into a big mound belongings with no where to go and no money to rent a place. Her mother wouldn’t take them in and it hurt Jenni so much that her children and her meant less to her mother than the money she got for the house. Jenni wondered why she wasn’t given the option to buy her grandma’s house, not for Jenni but for her children.
Jenni called Gabby which was living in Texas at the time and Gabby invited Jenni and her children to come and stay with her until Jenni got on her feet so Gabby bought Jenni and her children airline tickets and they moved to Texas.
Jenni and the children got settled in but Jenni was deeply depressed she couldn’t let go of what had happened to her and her children. In less than a year her grandma passed away, the love of her life left her and her mother showed no love for her and her children.
A couple of years later Gabby told Jenni that she had decided to move back home, Jenni felt overwhelmed by loneliness.
As the years passed by Jenni thought about William she still loved him deeply. She wished that the feeling would go away because it hurt so bad but her love for him was to strong.
Every chance she got she would call and ask William and her mutual friends if they had talked to him. She had learned throughout the years that he had two children, he and his wife had divorced and that he had remarried.
Throughout the years she received calls from Gabby asking her when she was coming home. Twelve years later Jenni decided that she would like for her and her children to try and have a loving relationship with her mother so they moved back home.
Jenni and her children stayed with Gabby and her boyfriend for a couple of months but sadly things didn’t work out and Jenni and Gabby parted ways.
They tried very hard to get close to Jenni’s mother but her mother wouldn’t let that happen.
Jenni was so depressed, she wondered if her and her children would ever be happy. It seemed that ever since her grandma passed away their lives had been in turmoil.
Jenni continued to ask mutual friends about William and search for him on the Internet but came up with nothing.
One day she received a email from a website that an on line friend had signed up with asking her to join so she did and set up her profile and looked around the website but really wasn’t that interested it.
A few months later she received an email from the website saying that she had a message, to her surprise it was from William, she couldn’t believe her eyes, she thought she was dreaming, so she answered his question which was “We went to school the same years. Do we know each other?”, he them asked for her phone number, they talked for a little while then he asked her if she would meet him somewhere for a Coke and she excitingly said yes.
Jenni and William met at a convenience store close to her home and talked for a while in her van then she asked him if he would like to go to her home and he said yes.
They talked for a few hours and before it was time for William to leave Jenni told him that she was still in love with him and he told her that he loved her too.
They are still together today and that was two years ago.
They were separated for twenty years and found each other again.
Jenni’s children are all grown and happy. William and Jenni are very happy, planning on moving to another state and spending the rest of their lives together.
Love stories in this series
Meant to Be Together: A True Love Story – Part 1
Meant to Be Together: A True Love Story – Part 2
Meant to Be Together: A True Love Story – Part 3
Meant to Be Together: A True Love Story – Part 4
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