June 30, 2008

Today Is Where Your Book Begins, The Rest Is Still Unwritten

Our marriage has been going through a lot of personal growth lately. The nitty gritty of it all I am not willing to post on this blog but in short, life has been easy and happy as of late. Just posting that makes me cringe a bit, in fear of jinxing myself. But that line of thinking is what I have to give up. Why can’t I just be grateful & happy that this is how things are today? Why do I worry about life falling back into what it was? What it was was heartache, fear, dishonesty, disloyalty and untrusting, on both sides. Working together and individually to get back to a place where we want to be, a place we once were, has been a great journey. After all, I love him and he loves me. Relearning things about each other and some new things along the way. And the exciting part is that this is all just beginning.

Dealing with situations that arise head on. The eggshells are gone. The butterflies in my stomach have settled. Life is good.

3 comments:

Momo Fali said...

The last sentence made me smile. Sometimes we have to force ourselves to remember that.

Bee Repartee said...

Miss Bedingfield is pretty wise for a 20-something.

I'd say that expert sailors don't become as such on smooth seas. Trees grow in the wind.

What would life be without growth? I love your positive attitude. :)

Carmen said...

I'm really happy for you girl. Truly.

BTW, that line is from my favorite song.

Hugs,

Carmen