It’s funny the things that you remember when you aren’t looking for them. I was getting ready for bed — collecting my phone and paperback book, slipping my flip-flops back on so I could take them off again next to … Continue reading
Posted in Divorce, Marriage, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged books, divorce, hope, Life, Marriage, memories, starting over, Therapy, transition
I figured it out. I have cried, nearly every day, for 837 days. On many of the days that I have cried, there have been more, far more than enough tears to make up for the days I didn’t. My … Continue reading
I had a realization this morning: I have always loved my family most for what they could be. I wonder why? Did I get glimpses & then it would just go completely off the rails & then the process keep … Continue reading
Posted in Damn It, Divorce, Family, Marriage, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged divorce, Family, Marriage, relationships, sadness, Therapy
All of my life, I have clung to hope with a tenacity I can’t describe. I don’t know where it comes from. It is foolishness? Is it codependency? Is it an eternal optimism that is somehow hard coded into my … Continue reading
Posted in Damn It, Divorce, Family, Kids, Marriage, The Ugly Truth, Therapy, Who am I?
Tagged anger, divorce, fear, hope, Marriage, sadness, struggle, Therapy
To the man who bought me Lego Rock Band for Christmas, who takes The Boy on long bike rides in the park, who tugs with the dog because she’s too strong for me. To the man who stops at Walgreens … Continue reading
Well, they just are. Actually, I’ve been semi-active on Twitter of late. Yes, I caved, and as expected, my blogging took a total jump off the cliff. Of course, because of major time constraints, it was in actually in mid-leap … Continue reading
In honor of Calvin’s birthday, birthday present, and my own joy at FINALLY getting back my 35-mm pics from the Indianapolis MotoGP, Valentino came by and put in an appearance. Vale and … Vale – at the Riders Q&A with … Continue reading
Ow. In so many ways. For more than that, for now you’ll have to see my comment on TB’s Day One roundup. I can’t wait to see my photos — just as soon as I find someone who will still … Continue reading
I have a million things on my mind and a billion things to do, so let’s just get some randomosity out of the way, shall we? I don’t watch American Idol, but for all you Adam Lambert fans, Get a … Continue reading
Posted in Blathering, Damn It, Family, Kids, Marriage, Musical, Randomosity, The Boy, The Dog
Tagged ALS, Alzheimer's, camping, diet, Family, genetics, insulin resistance, music, Oakenfold, Randomosity, Real Genius, starry eyed surprise, stuff, summer, to do, vacation
Dys-time he says… and he’s right! BUT, I had it pretty much finished the day she posted it and have been the one waiting to post it together. So there. NYAH. How Well Do You Know Your Significant Other? 1. … Continue reading