Sunday, March 23, 2008

And Then Some Things Come Easy

After a rocky start to the day and continuing throughout the day to get rockier until finally I went for a drive just to get out of the house and the animosity. I came to the realization as I drove that I had to ask W, tonight, to get out of the house ASAP. It just ain't working, not at all.

My intention was to have that talk right after N went to bed tonight. However, I got home this evening to have W tell me that he is going to move out soon. He looked at a few places while we were gone to my parents' and hopes to soon know exactly when and where he will be moving. He talked to N about it while I was gone. N's biggest concern was whether W would be within a bike ride away, and W said that he probably would be. When he told me where we was looking at places he's right, one would be a bit of a stretch but the others would definitely be bikeable for a nine-year-old.

Alrighty then. Maybe every step in this process doesn't have to be agonizing. Whew!

8 comments:

Bunny said...

Yay!

Trueself said...

Bunny - Thanks for your continued comments. If it weren't for you I'd feel like the tree falling in the forest with no one there to hear it.

Val said...

Sounds like SOMEONE had ALMOST as nice an Easter as I did!!!
[Check your email please]
Hang in there, glad to hear there is progress being made.

Trueself said...

Val - What was it about Easter this year that brought out the bad behavior? And you have an email expressing my rather blunt and unvarnished opinion.

freebird said...

Hmmm, gremlins today, blogger just ate my comment.
Anyway that's really good, TS.

Talking of email, did mine not get through last week?

Trueself said...

FB - I did get your email and just haven't gotten around to writing a reply to it expressing just how overjoyed I was to get it. It was great!

lill-rambler said...

Hi TS, I don't drink wine but I'd share a beer anytime. It's great that W has decided to move out, I am happy for you, but I do know how weird/difficult it is to actually go through it. You know you'll come out the other side but the tunnel's still there. It's good that you've got your counsellor there and of course all your cyber friends are sending good vibes.

Trueself said...

Lill - Thanks for the support. It is most appreciated.