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
I don’t want you to feel ” lost” when you read this. Being lost is scary, unless you want to be lost, or unless your lost and thirsty and you pull over to get directions at some random ho bunk bar and you start talking to some really nice people there, and you stay for … More Moving along part 3- Walking to work
“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 love my friends, really if I hadn’t already known how Important they were before my divorce, before the heartbreak , before I sunk so low I didn’t know if I would ever make it back to a world with color again, I learned my lesson well over the last three years. These gals and … More Friday with Friends, straight from the dirty laundry pile.
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 have been dating for over two years now, I have it down to somewhat of a science. I am in or I am out. I see potential or I don’t. I am quick to make up my mind about if I feel this person is worth investing more time into or … More Confessions from behind the barbed wire.