May 13th, 2013


The Trick Of Seeing Yourself As Others Do (sometimes).

It may not seem like such a big deal, but often we see ourselves as we believe others see us. Learning that does not equate with seeing ourselves the way others DO perceive us can be a real stepping stone to personal growth.

The way I'm handling the bad news isn't the best. Plus I'm sick again. Trying to recognize the warning signals but it's not easy for me. Just know running around to various doctors and such is very wearing.

Shawn finally agreed to send money to cover the car registration, but I'm certain he's going to take money out of the alimony settlement. But at least it can get road ready again. Trade it in for a Vespa? Or the downpayment on my very own livable RV? Don't want the invested money to go to waste.

The RV has become my weird dream. And I don't want to give up on it quite yet. But I'm exhausted and I'm not even certain this app works anymore.

Here goes nothing...


Quote For Posterity

These are not valid reasons for divorce:

• Didn't realize you had to be monogamous.
• Time period covered by pre-nup expired.
• Your married name is something like "Anita Hardcock."
• Girl you had crush on in high school just got divorced.

From Stephen Colbert's "I Am America (And So Can You!)"

This actually caused me to snort quietly to myself.

And moving on, things here in my Stanford Pain Center visit remain slightly stressful. Ready to move on.