Hello to you visitor. It has been a long time since I have blogged here. I just haven’t felt like writing. I got encouraged to write by a dear friend so I am trying. So many pieces of my life I have yet to reclaim since the divorce started and my moving to Idaho. I still can’t really watch too much tv, movies, listen to music and or sing, read much of anything and my hobbies are all on the backburner. Everything I used to do was part of the episode just before I went into the hospital this last time. So my life, as my dear friend describes, is very constricted.
Another part of all this is I still feel love for my husband who has divorced me. Everything makes me think of him! Today we went to a park that had water features and a rose garden with a steam engine train and I immediately associated all of it with my husband. I broke down into tears. Thankfully I was with my friend and she made it safe for me to express my feelings. Towards the end of our time together things got ugly but before that there were so many good times. What’s happened to me is like processing a death and it’s painful.
Another thing that keeps happening is feeling like I am in two places at once. Part of of me is here and part of me is still back in Alvarado. So much happened there! Kyle and I loved and lost four of our pets there in addition to so many other memories. I grew very fond of the trees and plants in the yard. I didn’t think I would miss them but I do. It will take time and some day I will have my own place again and a friend suggested plants and therapy.
Link has adjusted to our new home better than I have! Life is much simpler for a dog than us dumb humans and all our memories and baggage!
My coping mechanisms of walking and talking still are working. I also chat yet and that helps some. Gradually I will reclaim my life and thank God I don’t have to do it alone.
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