Monthly Archives: August 2009

One. More. Day.

I get my kids back tomorrow. I’m heading towards them today. Yes, I won’t see them until Saturday and I’ll be spending Friday night in Atlanta and not in Nashville – the drop off point that is halfway between here … Continue reading

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And Jesus Would Say: Never Unfollow Someone Just Because They Unfollowed You

Sarah pointed me to an article in Wired that pretty much sums up my philosophy on life. Or, at the very least, the point I’ve been trying to make in an ongoing argument with Avitable recently.* The entire article is … Continue reading

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Where is HGTV and/or Jesus The Carpenter when you need them?

I have a problem. A serious, real and actual problem. I have officially run out of room for shoes.  Again. And also? Full. Completely. And that’s before I got these. I mentioned to my husband that we needed to come … Continue reading

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Growth. Which is not the same as good writing. Clearly.

I’ve written a lot of really personal stuff here. I’ve talked about my marriage – the good and the bad.  I’ve documented my depression as it was happening.  I’ve used this blog to communicate with my husband via “open letters“, … Continue reading

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And if not here, then where?

This is one of those days when I wish I had an anonymous blog. Or that I was better at faking it. I know people who do it.  They put on a happy face and pretend like nothing is wrong.  … Continue reading

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