Badia

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 86 pages
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My original story is about a Nun who became a prizefighter at the request of her archbishop. Badia had knockout power that drew other home like women to the ring, which supported the Catholic churches orphanage. Another prizefighter discovered the hard way how good Badia could fight, she knocked him out while on one of her emotional disorder explosion, a problem she had since growing up as a child. Badia's mother was a single parent with emotional conditions of her own; Teresa was her name a lonely mother with a small drinking habit. Teresa conceived Badia out of wedlock and the child's father was a married man with his own family to care for, she knew little about him and Teresa never volunteered Badia any information; shameful that she got pregnant by a married man Teresa never had a relationship with anyone else after Badia was born. Teresa's position as a single parent was a miserable and lonely one, with Badia being her only joy for existing the child suffered consequences from her mother's depressions. The Sisters and Nuns where Badia attended school were her role models, and once Badia became an adult she chose to be a Nun herself. While serving the Lord as a Nun Sister Badia became attached to a burn victim who had lost her parents and brother in a house fire, Cathy Birdie is the reason while Badia trained hard as a prizefighter to pay for the little girl's skin graph operation.

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