Like many of you, I get a song in my head that I can’t get out. One of the recent songs was the Kingston Trio Song Charlie or the MTA. Full lyrics at https://genius.com/The-kingston-trio-mta-lyrics The song starts out with
“Well, let me tell you of the story of a man named Charlie
On a tragic and fateful day
He put ten cents in his pocket, kissed his wife and family
Went to ride on the MTA
Well, did he ever return?
No he never returned and his fate is still unlearned (What a pity)
He may ride forever ‘neath the streets of Boston
And he’s the man who never returned”
Charlie handed in his dime at the Kendal Square Station
And he changed for the Jamaica PlainWhen the got there the conductor told him, “One More nickel’
Charlie couldn’t get off that train!”
One wonders why there were not ways to get off the train?
Couldn’t Charlie borrow a nickel or if his wife “hands Charlie a sandwich through the open window, why couldn’t she include a nickel?
What does this have to do with divorce mediation? In divorce mediation we problem solve and come up with solutions that were not obvious or were obvious and not considered these solutions.
Learn more about mediation at https://www.center-divorce-mediation.com CDM (378) 1/15/21