Today was a good day. Scary, but good. I’m not going to burden the blog with details (email me if you want the dish), but considering our circumstances, today’s meeting went about as well as we could have hoped. That being said, this is just the beginning of a long journey. The mediator called it “Purgatory”—he had no idea how apt his descriptor is.
But today was a good day. And I am reminding myself that I love my life. No matter the circumstances. Â I am surrounded by people who love me (you should have seen the Facebook posse that showed up yesterday with bits of prayer and wisdom and Star Wars references) and that’s all that matters. Â In the long run, it really is about the relationships you maintain. The house problems will resolve themselves, one way or another.
So we wait. . . with you. Thank you for that.
(the photo was a quick light check for today’s photoshoot. Sunshine arrived. . . a good day indeed.)
HUSSY! (Oh, did I say that here? :P)
Three days late, but yes you did. And people just tuning in, Heather is giving me grief because of a hickey. I hope the internets get you, Heather. 😀
You never should have challenged me 😉
I can now stop blogging having achieved my goal: Getting Heather to call me “Hussy” on my blog. Now, I retire and devote my time to other worthwhile endeavors. Suggestions? *blinkblink*
Work on relocating to become Heather’s next door neighbor.
SO glad that it went well and that the process is started. That will be sooner that you’re out of Purgatory!!
It really did go better than we expected. And very informative. The end is nowhere in sight, but this feels like progress. Thank you for your well wishes.
Hooray for a good day….you are most deserving. Is it bad that I’m nosy and want to know why it was good?
Email on its way, Tricia!
The more I reflect on it, the more I recognize how truly great yesterday’s meeting was. I’m not sure I heard him say it – but it sure SOUNDED like he was THINKING, “This is a slam dunk.”
Yeah, emotionally, I feel like we’re in a good place. I’m so glad we don’t have to do this alone.