Too Much Water Under The Bridge

In this monologue, Abelia tells a family member that she doesn’t wish to have them remain in her life anymore and the reason why.

Abelia:  I’m not interested in making up with you.  I don’t—I can’t deal with your mind games.  I’m a grown woman and I don’t have the time to wrestle over the issues we have.  Too much water under the bridge for so many years and it’s caused things to finally flood.

I’m not going to pretend that things didn’t happen.  If it’s not important enough for you to confront me head on and make it right, it’s not important enough for me to listen.

I’m not tolerating any more bullshit from you because I simply don’t have to.  And to be perfectly honest, I’m happy and I want to keep it that way.

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