Monthly Archives: April 2015

Fun Fact: Your Ex is a Rock Star

Maybe not.  Mine isn’t.  And I’m a child of divorce – I was raised in a home without my dad – my mother walked out one day with us 5 children then divorced him under long-term abuse. But I never … Continue reading

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Marriage: the Conventional, the Unconventional and the Facts

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?? credit:?http://i2.wp.com (No, this is not my family; it’s just weirdly entertaining, kind of like my marriage) April 19th is my wedding anniversary. In four days I will have been married…

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The Art of Becoming the Latest Me

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“Your perspective on life comes from the cage you were held captive in.”?― Shannon L. Alder ?? credit: upload.wikimedia.org Pure sound, entirely un-mattered,? voice and air I was, intoned grief laughter…

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“Cha cha cha cha changes”

“I still don’t know what I was waiting for And my time was running wild A million dead-end streets And every tine I thought I’d got it made It seemed the taste was not so sweet So I turned myself … Continue reading

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Life is Beautiful

This World War II movie, centered around a Jewish librarian and his young family’s incarceration in a Nazi Concentration Camp should be a must see for all divorcing parents.  While they are starved and worked to excess, the father turns … Continue reading

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There is a Leaving

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?? credit: ?https://timrwalls.files.wordpress.com There is a leaving that must be done everyone knows when that it is too when the pastels of the sky deepen at dusk and pink becomes orange-red…

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