On a Scale of 1-10

On a Scale of 1-10

How many people head to a marriage counselor before divorce?

We did.

The first time he came to me, told me he didn’t love me any more I was crushed. But I was optimistic we could do this. I knew this was just a bump. For 11 years it was us against the world. I can’t lose him. Continue reading “On a Scale of 1-10”

Roller noCoaster

Roller noCoaster

I am sick of the roller coaster. I am sick of feeling constantly on edge.

I am sick of feeling extreme happiness. And feeling the fast and swift downward spiral to just raw despair.

It’s too easy to break my stride. It takes nothing to make me go from content to crappy.

How terrible it must be to know me. To have to spend time with me. Continue reading “Roller noCoaster”

The Imagination.

The Imagination.

I don’t know if I am doing any harm or good by going this path. But it’s a part of my story.

So this is how I met my Ex. And how it all started.


I knew him in high school. He was a year younger than me. My senior year (his junior) we had a class together. Public Speaking.

I was the cool, goof off senior who was more than happy to exude my confidence in front of the underclassman that I was getting out of this place. I was going to college (community…ha.) And I was going places. While they are stuck. Kids. In school.

He was quiet. Continue reading “The Imagination.”