Monthly Archives: August 2008

Kicking to the surface…

I have a confession.  I still check on the blogs of a few people I no longer speak to, (be it exes, friends- etc.) It’s all dwindled down to but one, and everytime I read it now, I can see his anger passing, and the wisdom coming through. I think we fall to a place,…

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God Only Knows…

The wedding stuff is coming along, and health-wise, my stress levels seem to be dwindling to a trickle, (thanks to the best support system ever- I love all of you,) so really… I have nothing to complain about. We found a house today, and in it’s all perfection and our mouths gaping open, I wondered……

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I need you to know, this won’t be broken…

Wedding planning is fully underway, and I can say that unlike earlier situations… I am having a blast. I don’t think it’s the planning as much as being absolutely proud, and elated of what is going on. It’s a feeling of excitement I haven’t experienced before. I have a bit of a hurdle ahead of…

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This is a story to tell our grandkids….

Well, I’ve been telling anyone in earshot about my engagement. (My apologies to all my coworkers and the copy machine.) But… I’m excited, dammit. I probably should start at the beginning, right? I dated a guy once, and he was my first true- headoversneakers, love. We moved in together in my college town and did things…

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Sappily ever after…

When my children ask me- Mom? How did you know? I’ll tell them- it was actions, not words. People say many things- but finding a man who genuinely did what he said he’d do was one-of-a-kind. He had my heart from those first moments, and all I could do was wait and see what would…

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the . breakfast . club

Suddenly, you’re single. People seem to climb over metal gates, and translucently filter through proverbial walls to try to connect with you again. There are the people who want a way in- so they’ll listen. They’ll offer advice that you normally would pay for, with a more sensitive approach. Those are the caregivers- they almost…

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