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April 29th, 2008

* health problems. third verse, same as the first. I am ready for some resolution and no more feeling like hell.

* power struggles. why? Why why why? They are so stupid. I’m getting better at sidestepping, but it’s always a challenge.

* end of the school year. so much left to accomplish.

* the weather.

* the allergies.

* my kids who are such night owls that it can be 9, 10, 11 or midnight, and they will be awake.

* exhaustion (see, above: vampire children who refuse to sleep)

* the clutter. on my desk, the end tables, the dining room table, my desk(s) at work (I have three. Neat, huh? Means I can mess up three separate areas.)

* school politics: always a challenge

* Girl Scouts. We love Girl Scouts, but life keeps conspiring against it.

* my inconstancy

* my mood swings

* my ex’s mom passed away, and I feel so bad for him and his family. I loved his family — they are amazing. But when it’s an ex, you can’t exactly show up to comfort, can you? Maybe I can drop some food off? Or send a fruit basket? Advice, internets? (This is someone I ended on very good terms with — we just don’t see each other because. you know. I’m married. He’s not.)

* i think that’s it. Send good thoughts my way tomorrow — i have to have a minor surgery and am nervous.




  1. Zipdodah says

    Having those health issues for many years myself, it never gets easier. So remember you’ve got some good vibes going your way. The candles are lit.
    On the ex’s mum, maybe make a donation to your favorite charity in her name.
    xxoo Z

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  2. Qanzas says

    One more candle lit.


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    Good luck with your surgery! Ill be thinking about you. I don’t know wha to tell you about your ex, maybe a card? Or maybe shoot him an email? I’m sorry to hear about that.

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  4. edj says

    I think if you are on good terms, then it is totally appropriate to drop by, and will mean a lot to the family. Seriously. Are they going to go, “Oh, she married someone ELSE, what’s she doing here?” NO. They will say, “Wow, she loved our mother too. How nice of her to come.” I would treat them like any other friends.
    Some friends of mine lost their 4 month old baby last week. Lots of sadness this spring.
    And surgery? What surgery? I’m calling you right now. That will teach me to get behind on your blog.

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