Monday, September 20, 2010

That Which Is Mine

I have held onto my self-respect, my attitude, my children and family, my sanity, my job, and many other things. I'm so proud of myself.
I reside in my house that doesn't move when I walk (ok creaky subflooring) with windows that I don't have to wipe down condensation from in the winter. I could go on, but basically, it's a firm foundation and not a fifth-wheel trailer. Thank goodness. This last year was difficult. Do I seem a fifth-wheel livin' kinda gal? Hm? You're correct, I am not. I gave it a damm good try though. Damn good. I can't wait to see what the next few months bring. I can't remember when I last felt that way about life.


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卷曲 (juǎnqǔ) said...

Hang in there, sister. 10 years ago I was shaking in my shoes when I took $50 from a joint checking account to open my own checking account - step one of starting my own life. Fast forward 10 years: I am completely and wholly my own person. Happy, healthy, "successful," and will never ask another person's permission again. You rock! I'm so excited for you and your future.

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