Whoops. I didn’t mean to write that. Freudian slip much?
I’ve been working on finding the right words to follow up my abrupt cyber silence.
There just aren’t any … so I’ll simply tell the truth and trust you to be as kind as possible to all parties involved.
I suppose long time readers of this blog could see this coming before I did. While it does not come as a complete surprise it is still a shock to share with you that at this time my husband and I are separated.
I was waiting to say anything until I heard through the grapevine that he was sharing the news with people as he is an intensely private person. (Just one of many things we don’t have in common).
I also don’t know where this separation will lead us … only that it is a relief to have stopped trying so hard and pretending that all is well behind our white picket fence.
I wrote about our unraveling last September. And I can’t explain it better now than I did then. Except to say we’ve traveled farther down the path and in the wrong direction and are currently on distinctly different roads. We might find the intersection of us again. And, we might not.
This is the hardest thing I’ve ever done.
I appreciate your support and kindness toward our family, fractured as it may be.
I am, obviously, working on a new path since being a write-from-home mama might not be a viable option any longer. Unless I have a reader who’s been longing to be a benefactor?! I would totally dedicate one of my books to you!
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