This video popped up on my Facebook feed this week and it reminded me of a recent conversation I had with my mom. My husband and I have been together for nearly 10 years. While I'm very fortunate to be with a wonderful person who is kind, loving, and my best friend, I'd be lying …
This is an inspiring story that I think these two ladies should turn into a book someday! I don’t know the details but from this post alone I can see the healing that has come out of using blogging as a way to voice their thoughts. I’m not going to give away the post but Jess and Stephanie, I can definitely see this motivating other blended families to find ways to make it work. I hope that things just get better from here and that you continue to find healing and ways of making it work for the kids and both of their families 🙂
So yesterday I posted “I Know and Thank You“.
I thought about writing this post before I did it. I thought that if it was her and she wanted to identify herself then she could. If it wasn’t her then it wouldn’t much matter. Lastly, if she wasn’t comfortable identifying herself, then everything would continue on as it had.
Well sometime around 9am yesterday the blog that I suspected was her “liked” my post. After I noticed that, I send J a text and I said “Was I right, is it you?” She messaged me back nearly instantly and said “It’s Me.”
This led to an entire day of communicating back and forth. Apologies for hurt, wrong doings in the past, actions that we can’t take back and most importantly how we made each other feel.
I have been following her and enjoying her posts for MONTHS. I…
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