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Someone tweeted, “One’s best success comes after their greatest disappointments.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher. I don’t remember who the **** Henry Ward Beecher is, but, really? Really, Henry Ward Beecher? Because if I decide to believe this, and I have … Continue reading
It happens every couple of weeks, when things get feeling a little too “back to normal” and it begins to feel like I am doing all of the heavy lifting in marriage recovery. You know, the reading, the reflection, the … Continue reading
Why do I care that she is younger than I am? Dunno. Just sort of do. What am I really upset about? Okay, I’ll tell you. Elizabeth called me the other day to catch up and she mentioned Tiger Woods’ … Continue reading
I love telling my husband to shut up. I haven’t done it for a while and I only began doing it a couple of years ago and although it violates my long-established philosophy of life to say it? I get … Continue reading
It’s been a sad two weeks. A person who made a great impact on my life died. His funeral is today, but I don’t think I am going to put myself through that. I will just keep in mind that … Continue reading
Moods. They are all over the place and change so rapidly I’m surprised I don’t have whiplash. This minute I feel leveled, devastated, sick to my stomach. Last night, I felt comfortable sitting here on the sofa with my husband … Continue reading