Going back to my home country, I am married, things are a bit more complicated

Nadou - March 5 2004, 12:40 PM

Hi, Maryse.

I know you are right.

But now I am married and things are a bit more complicated.

Because i do not know how my husband will appreciate the fact that i want to go back for a certain period of time, and of course i would expect full support from him, which relatively delicate.

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