Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Last Page

The last page of one of Ex’s notebooks contained more clues about his suicide than anything else I read. He had mentioned on the first page of that notebook that he would suffer no more. On the last page, he … Continue reading

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Of All the Things

Of all the things I got rid of during my last move, a mere 7 and a half months ago, yes, I wish I had kept one thing: the boot dryer. Why, oh, why did I ever think getting rid … Continue reading

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One Mug Lighter

Little Guy and I made hot cocoa after skiing one day this weekend. He saw the pure cocoa powder in the pantry and wanted to know what it tasted like this weekend.  “Lick your finger, stick it in there and … Continue reading

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My Own Elephant

I have these bins. They sit in my living space. They are my very own elephant in the room. I put the bins in my living space to give me reason to go through them. I did not put them in … Continue reading

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Box It Up

LIttle Guy and I looked at another place to live tonight. It would suit us perfectly, but it does not allow pets. I’ve got a plan, though. Don’t worry. Wait, that’s not the plan. I always worry. I have a … Continue reading

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My Big, Fat Mouth

Little Guy and I like to dream. We dream about the house we want to build together. We dream about the house he wants for himself when he’s an adult. He said he wanted a house, a big house, as … Continue reading

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Hugs and Kisses

A few nights ago during dinner, Little Guy and I blew kisses to each other and gave each other finger hugs across the table. I want to keep that memory forever.

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