If you ever find yourself referring to a woman whose husband died on a battlefield as a single mother, you should immediately pour Tabasco sauce into your eyes, because you deserve to weep all the tears I’m certain she has.
Having a child out of wedlock is pretty much the number one thing you can do to fuck up your life. Never, ever assume a divorced woman is some innocent blushing maid cruelly abused by some terrible man. What kind of insecurities plague a woman who thinks getting married to a drug addict is good idea?
The arbitration clauses were followed by provisions stating that California provided the governing law and the forum for resolution of any disputes arising under or relating to the agreement. Omitting required provisions, as here, does not follow the requirements of statute.
Some of the agreements added that this forum would be the Superior Court in San Diego. Rptr.3d 531, citing Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Brokerage Co. Another guiding principle is found in Loving & Evans v.
If you are a mother and you are collecting child support, you are not a single mother. The rest of us who have to LIVE with your fucked up, emotionally scarred children will PAY you to have a fucking abortion. Second, single mothers are clearly really, really shitty at making life decisions. You both put each other’s happiness above your own. Now divorced mothers, who are a breed of single mothers, MIGHT be a little different, but whenever you approach one, sing this little song in your head: it takes two to tango. Even if it’s TRUE that the husband was a colossal fuck-up, you need to ask yourself what kind of imperceptive moron couldn’t spot that?It’s been a wake-up call for Rancho Santa Fe’s residents, and some have invested in replacing their landscapes with succulents and other vegetation that need less water.“We shouldn’t be having these sprawling citrus groves because we can’t sustain them anymore,” said Janet Lawless Christ, a 12-year Rancho Santa Fe resident who has redone the landscaping on most of her two-acre lot to make it more drought-friendly.“It’s a new day, it’s a new normal, people are wrapping their heads around this.”Turf grant recipient Holly Manion inspects drought-resistant succulents at her home in Rancho Santa Fe.The number for the Santa Fe Irrigation District was 584 gallons per day — more than four times the state average.That distinction threw the community into the spotlight of national media and cast it as an example of California’s extravagance with dwindling water resources./ photo by Hayne Palmour IV * U-T San Diego As Californians grapple with the fourth consecutive year of drought, Rancho Santa Fe is among the places likely to have the biggest attitude adjustment coming.