The fog is lifting.
It isn’t gone.
It mat never leave.
It PROBABLY won’t ever leave.
But the fog IS lifting.
The lifting of the fog comes with working together for a common goal.
it would have been a thousand time easier to have won each battle and just had my way.
It would have been so much easier. But not necessarily better.
Maybe couples would have to be kinder in the split and stop to think of other circumstances if they had been in situations like mine.
Being through years of years of cancer at Peyton’s side, through these years of strokes, coma, therapy, recovery, building, growing I have learned to never hesitate at TRUE HAPPINESS.
there is a difference between a GOOD TIME and TRUE HAPPINESS and you know them when you have them.
But I have also learned to basking in TRUE HAPPINESS does not mean ignoring the circumstances.
It really is as trite as that saying: EXPECT THE BEST BUT PLAN FOR THE WORSE.
Peter ans I don’t live in a theoretical world of single parenthood.
We live in it, VERY REAL, EVERY DAY.
We had to cool our jets, let go of our tempers and start working as the team we’ve always been.
Even though we can’t be a couple anymore, we still make one hell of a parenting team.