The Story From A Broken Mind
The facts are real, the opinion are my own.
When my daughter was born I was in the Westmoreland County Jail awaiting trail. My life (See more here) up to this point was not a good one. But this is not a place for that. So I was in County Jail and one day I got a letter. Seen in picture one, that I had a daughter. I remember thinking it was a joke because the last thing Amanda Makar said to me when we broke up was she was having an abortion and she wanted money for it.
So I called the number on in the letter and was told, by Adoptions From The Heart, basically what was in the letter and that Lisa Troilo Lenz wanted to come see me. I said yes out of curiosity. So the lady came to the County Jail and told me her spill. Then asked if I would sign the papers to give Lilly up for adoption. I told her to Fuck off that I would never sign them.
Then the harassment came, ending with me in a wardens office talking to Amanda on his phone. Tim, her dad, was connected with the county before he became a drug addict and lost it all. Anyway during this phone call Amanda told me the same thing the adoption lady said. “they where striping my rights as father because i was in jail and the adoption would go through”. So when I got out of the County Jail months later, my parole officer told me not to contact her. So I didn’t because I believed that Lilly was gone, and I was a mess. I regret not looking for her right then and there to this day.
So years go by.
One day I get a message on this dating app on my phone.
More Coming Soon………
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Written By & Posted By: Sir Michael J. Granata Contact: 724-383-6008 (Google Voice) MichaelJGranata@gmail.com Facebook.com/MichaelJohnGranata Twitter.com/Mikes_Struggle Youtube.com/E7K2I4M
“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away.” – Philip K. Dick
“The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things. The good things don’t always soften the bad things, but vice versa, the bad things don’t always spoil the good things and make them unimportant.” — Doctor Who