Friday, December 21, 2012


.....I could get used to this. Yesterday I spent the day at the house, doing this and that, and waited for David to get home. We had dinner and watched some tv, then I left. When I was leaving, he mentioned how weird it was to see me leave. It is weird not to live there for  now, but I do think it's for the best. I want to wait until we start counseling before I make any changes. Yet, it is difficult not to wake up in my own bed, not to end the day in my own room, but I do think it's what I have to do right now. 

We're getting along very well now, and I do like the closeness and attention, this past month has been awful to say the least, but I don't want to rush and not get things right, this is too important and I don't want to make the same mistakes again. On a happier front, the chis were so happy to be home and to be fed like kings (I'm much more Spartan when it comes to doggies' diets), they wanted to spend the night with their siblings, so I left  them there. I think what they really wanted was to sleep on the big bed, cause I have only a single in my apartment....traitors!

Well, it looks like I won't have to be alone for Christmas, and we're going to Vegas to watch the fireworks for New Year, that should be fun. I got us a room so we don't have to drive back (Vegas is about 3 hours from here) the same night. So, here's to happier posts in the near future, but I still can't talk about work, well I shouldn't, but since when has that ever stopped me? Don't spend all your hard earned cash on shopping now, you hear? You can always make a donation to the Alex Nighbert's foundation for vacation donations to others....Oh oh oh!


  1. Yes, take it really slow! That's the best way. I found it helpful to keep a journal when I was going through divorce and counseling; then I could go back and remember how I felt about things. It's awfully easy to forget the bad times and only focus on the good...The journal helped me keep things straight in my head. Good luck.

  2. Glad to hear that you two are getting along and communicating. Hopefully it will continue that way, and no matter the outcome, I hope that you two can still have that.

  3. You are talking? That is a good day!

  4. I don't know the backstory, but it does sound like you're making smart decisions. If this is part of a pattern for you, seeing an individual therapist might be really helpful, too. Therapy changed my life, many years ago; it was the smartest thing I ever did.