Category Archives: faith

The Whole Timeline

I believe that forgiveness for me, the victim, is far easier than it is for most of you. And I have a theory why: It’s because I know Adam. I know his whole life, “the whole timeline”, and because of that I … Continue reading

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Fear has a name:

Remember the story of Jesus and Peter walking on the water? Matthew 14:22-33 (NIV) “Immediately Jesus made the disciples get into the boat and go on ahead of him to the other side, while he dismissed the crowd. After he had … Continue reading

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When a man is trying to change…

So… most of you don’t like Adam, right? Of course you don’t.  How could you? I mean…I liked him 12 years ago, when we first started dating. I liked him when we got married. But I’ve liked him less and … Continue reading

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The best advice:

On our very first date post separation Adam and I went to the movies in the middle of the day, but on our way we made a quick stop at an outdoor supply store to pick something up.  Right at … Continue reading

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The Train…

You know that moment when the Doctor first hands you your baby.  Or the first time your kid hugs you back? Do you remember that moment when you realized that you would easily take a bullet for this human? I’ve … Continue reading

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Cooperation, that final piece.

Hey friends.  Thank you for all of your advice and encouragement yesterday.  I greatly appreciate it. I wanted to say that, as heavy as yesterday’s post was, I’ve had a great week.  Which is really saying something when you consider … Continue reading

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The hardest part to heal

So, I’ve been explaining all the different methods I’ve been employing to survive, and heal, and perhaps thrive while walking through this valley. And, most issues I’ve been able to actively work through.  And I’m really doing well. But I have … Continue reading

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