alive and kicking….

….stay until your love is….

A DM on Twitter from JenX today inspired me to post. I haven’t in awhile. Not sure if I’m burned on on this blogging stuff. Or if perhaps I’m just on a hiatus.

Anyhoo… not only am I still alive and kicking, I’m doing quite well. In fact, things could not be better because C and I are reconciling. That’s right. I’m giving up the apt and moving back in. It only took a couple of months. And some little yellow pills and a whole lot of blathering to a stranger in a Dilbert-esque office can do for you. Although to my counselor’s credit, he’s done as much as can be expected to give the plain white wall box some personality and charm. In any case, it did the trick.

That’s where thing are now… for the few who might be interested.

Which of course brings me to this point: What now?

I’d intended for this blog to be about how C and A and I re-formatted our lives in the wake of the separation. But there’d have to be a separation for that happen so….

I’ve been concetrating my writing energies on my fiction, at present specifically a novel I plan to pub online. A psychological thriller of sorts. With a bit of supernatural thrown in for good measure. Along with a dash of conspiracy paranoia. But on deeper level, I suppose, it is an expression of one person’s grief and pain and sorrow. Yeah, I know — how original, right. Hey. I never claimed to be some great literary talent.

Finally. I can’t help wondering if the blogging sprung from my depression, for lack of a better word. We’ll see, I suppose.

Okay Simple Minds. Play me out….

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7 responses to “alive and kicking….

  1. Well, you’re both so brave. It’s like I tell my friends, “Marriage is so hard. Why would anyone want to do it?” But, in the end, we’re glad we did. It’s like Seth Godin’s, The Dip. We all go through the dip, but not everyone pushes through it.

    So, if you need something to blog about join me and Latchkey Man and Popcorn in My Bra in attacking Ross Honeywill!!!!!

  2. You, darling, are my angel in disguise. You don’t know about this song, or its meaning to me, but I found you at exactly the right moment, with exactly the right message. Mazel tov on your good news — and my message back is that blogging is not about your depression – you are part of the will of the Universe, and you have a message worth sharing. At the very least, you shared something very, very important with me. Bless you both.

  3. I just wanted to make a (serious) comment and tell people that it is possible to change. I’m so proud of all the hard work Chris has put in and I think he is very happy with his current state of being. Chris and I met nearly 14 years ago and he is now the person that I fell in love with 99% of the time instead of the 15% I used to live with. What we went through is probably what I consider to be the 6 toughest months of my life, but in the end we are both better people for it. This Sunday we celebrate 6 years of marriage but more importantly we celebrate the meshing again of our lives.

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