Drinks, No More.

It was mid-December 2019 when it began again. After we had a few encounters with drinks in October, we started drinking <regularly> again as a means to open up, to become more vulnerable with each other as we talked through some serious matters. Matters of the home and matters of the heart. Neither of usContinue reading “Drinks, No More.”

A Shift is Happening

Most of you know by now that I live most of my life in the shadows of general population. I do not parade my life for social media, nor do I share my inner most feelings with anyone other than my husband.. This is all very painful to discuss, let alone put in words forContinue reading “A Shift is Happening”

When One Door Closes

We’ve read and heard the tales of couples who try for years to have a baby and then as soon as they divert their attention elsewhere they are hit with it in the belly. This is not that. A few years ago, Hubby and I met with the general doctors and the cancer doctors andContinue reading “When One Door Closes”

Driving Through Fog

It fired up so fast, from November 2006 to February 2007, I met and married; he was an Army soldier just recently back from Iraq. He was emphatically charming! …And it didn’t take long for the anger and aggression to erupt out of him and within just a few months I was bruised emotionally, physically/sexually,Continue reading “Driving Through Fog”