Motherhood and what's left over.
oh honey! how i wish i knew and how i wish i could give ou a hug now, and make you a cup of tea.i think it's very hard to live in this situation (not together/not separate) for long. everyone ends up resentful of something or another, and it's hard to have love where there is resentment. i don't know how to fix it though, as i know financial stress is horrendous, i'm there too.maybe we should all move to India? Brasil? even Spain?i don't know....
Jo Im tearing up after watching the birth video and wish you had a bit of that joy too..not the baby but the love ..and wishing it for myself too..ahh..nothing is perfect all the time..hug
Thanks, Ladies. A huggy ladies' commune somewhere sunny sounds good to me right now. No spiders, though!
So sorry Jo. I don't know how you do it, really, it must suck. Big time. I haven't been around the blogs lately, but I am slowly catching up. I saw there were cakes for me to drool over. I wish all your problems were solved with a simple cupcake overdose :( Hope things improve for you. x Rhi
Do you know the expression, "shit or get off the pot"? It's crude but it says what must be said. I SO wish you weren't at this place. But I do know that if there is still a chance at love, there is still a chance.
Unfortunately there's not enough freedom of choice, Mary. If I had a better option I'd go for it, but I don't right now - and I still don't think it would make anyone less miserable if I did, for the forseeable future.
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