Ever have one of those days , you know the ones where you ask yourself the following questions. Is there a full moon? Is there something in the water? Is this supposed to be a life lesson and I just keep missing the message? One of those days, where one minute you are fine , … More Saturday night fever
I sit across from ex-husband number 2 at breakfast. The waiter says ” It’s really cool that you guys get along so well”. My ex laughs and says: ” It wasn’t always like this, there was a time we couldn’t be in the same state as each other”. I say: ” And that is when … More Splattered Paint
I have almost 30 drafts of pages written or half written that I never published, I go through them sometimes and they spark something…like this very short one did- so I am sharing. It’s been four years next month since I left my husband, it’s been four years of the longest goodbye ever. I … More One cup, then you must leave.
I don’t know what it is….. The fact that it’s been four years for me and I haven’t been able to move on and find someone else? OR The fact that you seem to move from woman to woman so seamlessly, as if to brush a fly off your shirt sleeve and welcome the next … More The Haunting
“If you change partners every time it gets tough or you get a little dissatisfied, then I don’t think you get the richness that’s available in a long-term relationship.” — said Jeff Bridges. And if you would have said this to me ten years ago I might have blew it off, turned the other … More The long haul
I just hung up the phone with Ex-husband number two and I can’t help thinking…. this relationship has been like being on the maiden voyage of the Titanic .
I keep this picture on my fridge: It’s a picture of me and my ex-husband and our Granddaughter. Someone recently asked me why? ” Your not married to him anymore, he is not your husband why do you have that picture on display.” There are several reasons:
My life before during and after divorce has been much like the movie the Wizard of OZ. I started out like Dorothy, feeling like an Orphan in my marriage, not really knowing if I was loved or wanted at all. I finally came to the conclusion I had to leave, I could no longer stay … More Toto, we are not in Kansas anymore.