Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Jumping Back In!

Ok - so that was a shorter break than even I expected, but after a meltdown yesterday, I am actually feeling better. I spoke to my ex and we got some things out into the open along with some apologies for our behavior over the last couple of months. I also think that as far as our girls go, we will have no problem working with each other and doing what is right for them. It seems now that our relationship will be civil. It was actually one of the best conversations we've had in a very long time and we are both ready to move on, having learned a lot from our marriage.

So for now I can let my stress fester on all the stuff going on at the house. I have walls in my bathroom and my cabinets get installed in the kitchen tomorrow. I am hoping that the floors can be varnished next week and I can actually start moving in next weekend. At last - the light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter and I really may get into my house by the end of the month!!!

So as you can see I have been dealing with a bit of stress lately. Since August my dad committed suicide, I got divorced and bought and gutted a new (old) house. I probably should be having a heart attack right now. Thankfully I am the type of person that gets more done when there is more to do. Speaking of more to do, I do have a job that I have to keep though all this. Back to work!

And my favorite quote of the day...

"My mother said to me, If you become a soldier, you'll be a general; If you become a monk you'll end up as the pope. Instead, I became a painter and wound up as Picasso." - Pablo Picasso

2 comments:

MilesPerHour said...

I have found that what makes so darned complicated is.....me!
I hope things start to swing in your favor.

Jane said...

That's great and it sounds like you are doing better. Depression is tricky so I still encourage you to take the time you need for yourself before diving into new projects, new relationships etc. Take things slow and enjoy your new life. For me I filled a void with food, alcohol and a new lover. In hindsight, what I needed was to stop and listen to my heart without the distraction of others demanding or needing such a big part of it. (my son excluded of course). :)Don't forget to breathe and take time for yourself.
-Jane