Personal History, Where I Blog

Personal History

Moving posts from old blogs is hard. I can’t erase a marriage entirely. It intertwines with holidays, dogs, children, travels. But re-reading old stories is … hard.

Like all the other parts of this life change, it’s going to take some time.

13 thoughts on “Personal History”

  1. {{{{{{{SB}}}}}}}I didn't have a blog at the time, but I know what you mean about "editing" the story, so to speak. All I can say is you are making a new story now, and it will become more fully YOUR story with time, if that makes any sense.

  2. (((((Songbird)))))I haven't had to do so much story changing with blogs, but I've had to do it, and in any medium, the reminders are hard.

  3. (((((Songbird)))))Go to my blog and laugh at my Southern accent… hoping it will make you smile! Love to you.

  4. Love to you…holding you in prayer…and, even though my own betrayal and life sorrow is different than yours I understand…((songbird)) and echo what RevDrMom says.

  5. I wish you didn't have to do it now. Having closed down a Typepad blog, I understand why you need to do it quickly. There's no time to get philosophical about it. Your blog just disappears, poof! In my case, my blog url was taken over by someone selling fireplace supplies. Within hours of shutting it down!I hate that combining them is painful for you. Hugs all around.

  6. So sorry sweetie. I had this experience myself this morning. A little phrase in a psalm, of all things… and there I was in a swirl of painful memories.It gets better though.Love to you.

  7. Oh dear — I'm reading between the lines here (and thus perhaps not reading accurately), but it sounds like a difficult time. I hope that you have the support of family and friends in a time of need.

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