Tag Archives: Divorce

Out For Consumption

Every once in a while, generally when I feel as if I’m approaching a moment of writers block, I’ll reach out to my closest friends and put out a blanket request for material of any and all kinds. Being readers of this blog they tend to know exactly why I’m asking and reply back with […]

The Individual You Can’t Live Without

It was James C. Dobson who once said: “Don’t marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the individual you think you can’t live without.” I don’t think you realize how true his statement can be until you’ve made the mistake of marrying someone that you only though you can live with […]

Do I Just Need Socks?

When I got married the first time I didn’t have cold feet, per se, but I did protest strongly that I was making the right choice despite what everyone around me had to say about it.  To this day I’m not sure if I fought so strongly for what I believed because I actually believed […]

The Most Unproductive Filter

I was fortunate in July to listen to several motivational speakers as they spoke to several college aged interns who were preparing to graduate and step out into the workforce. Being someone who is frequently unnerved in my personal life by big changes, I found one quote to be extremely profound and eye opening. Reggie […]

Crossroads

Today I officially said goodbye to my past. After many years of being stuck at the crossroads above, both physically and mentally, I’ve decided to leave the past behind. It was on the corner shown in the picture above that many memories with my ex-husband occurred. It was where we used to part ways when […]