Monday, June 11, 2012

not over yet

First, thank you a thousand times to all of my friends in both blogland and "real life" for all the support you've given me. 

This past weekend was one of the hardest and strangest of my life.  My husband moved out.  Then my husband moved back in the next day. 

As bad as we seem to be at being together these days, we are really bad at not being together. 

I don't know what to say.  There is still a lot of smoothing out to do of course.  We didn't get into this mess overnight and we won't be getting out of it overnight either. 

Wish us luck?

8 comments:

Ms. Moon said...

You bet, baby. You'll figure it out, one way or the other. These things can make a union stronger once you figure out how much you really mean to each other.

A said...

Wishing you tremendous luck!

liv said...

Absolutely! Personally, I didn't think it was over - just something in my gut.

And I too think that sometimes a separation even if only for a short time can make it easier to figure things out.

Best of luck !!

NOLA said...

I wish you the bestest of luck!!

Not surprised, here. Just didn't think it would happen THAT fast.

Don't forget to nurture you while rebuilding y'all.

Denise Emanuel Clemen said...

I do wish you luck. So much luck. Take care.

Petit fleur said...

Oh Steph, that IS so incredibly hard, and scary. I'm glad he moved back in... because despite everything it sounds like you two really do love each other and maybe have let some issues go till they grew to demon size.

Now it's time to gather your strength and slay those demons, together.

Good luck you.

I'm here.
xo

Angella Lister said...

holding the good through for you both. marriage is so hard. sometimes, though, these huge upsets end with you becoming closer. everything feels more fragile, but everyone is also more aware, more careful with what is precious and breakable. that is something. i wish you luck. i wish you love.

janzi said...

Marriage is not the easiest of paths to tread, and along the way you have dips and dives where you wonder why you ever got together!!!?.. if you can hang in there and work again on finding out who you are and that is, not as parents, but the two who fell in love one day and got married, then you have a real fighting chance of making times together in old age.. I know that we are all supporting you both, and hope that your holiday went a long way to clearing up feelings.. now you have a second chance, its great, so you will be happier than before when it all works out at last... hugs from across the pond.. J