RDP Wednesday – His Word Against Hers

The prompt for today is: Contest

What does the word mean to you? Compose a post, and share your interpretation of the day’s prompt in words or pictures. You know the rules. Use “ragtag daily prompt” , “RDP” , and “contest” as tags. Add “photo” if you’re sharing a picture, as specific tags make your posts easier for fellow bloggers to find you. Pingback your posts to this page or copy-paste your links in the comment thread here. And while you’re around, browse through the other posts bloggers have worked on.

My Submission:

I contest every word she’s spitting from her face!

Sir, while I do ask you to elaborate, please, keep it civil.

Civil? She’s keeping my daughter from me, brainwashing her into thinking I’m the bad guy!

Once again, Sir, please elaborate with fact and not just emotion.

Fine!

Jacob pulled out his phone and showed the adjudicator the text conversations between him and his estranged girlfriend.

After scrolling through their heated messages, the adjudicator shot the woman a sly eye.

You claimed he’s had no interest in connecting or communicating with his daughter, and was an absentee father.

Yes! she proclaimed.

Well, these text messages suggest otherwise. Since your split, he had made almost daily attempts to have contact with his child, which you have denied.

So?

So, your claims have lost their clout.

For the original challenge, please visit, https://ragtagcommunity.wordpress.com/2021/05/12/rdp-wednesday-contest/

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    1. Thank you, Carol Anne! This is based very accurately on my partner’s ongoing attempt/battle to have a relationship with his young daughter. We’ve been together over four years, and not a day goes by where he doesn’t attempt to reach out. He’s met with multiple lawyers, filled out all the required paperwork, sent gifts, money, text messages, phone calls that are never answered, and pays his child support without question. He loves his little girl more than anything, but his ex is steadfast in holding her personal grudge. I just don’t get it.

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