I think that's what I miss most about being married. Having someone at home that I can talk to so that I don't feel quite so lonely. It would have been nice to go out tonight... and feel like a woman again....even if for just a moment... but he had a totally legit reason for cancelling.
So, I will sit here... prepare for work tomorrow... and maybe have a glass of wine before bed and pout a little..
That is all.
ME - BW - 35
HIM - XWH - 39
D day: November 15th, 2009
Married: 5 Years, together 8
Divorced: December 13th, 2010
New Beginning: Piper/8-3-12
I work for myself, from my home office. I wake up in the morning, work, then eat supper - all by myself. When the kids are here, it's great, but the rest of the time I have WAY too much time inside my head.
I'm actually considering applying for a "real" job in a "real" office. I have lots of evening activities every night, but that just isn't enough.
It sounds like you need to find something like that to get you with people.
The best thing about hitting rock bottom is that everything after that looks fucking fabulous
It might not have anything to do with your mood but just something to be aware of, that adrenaline rush you get when anticipating what might be with OLD, is balance by the lows in between. You get used to it but it is exhausting
I've just found that my old circle of friends isn't quite as tight, especially with those who do not have children. No one wants to hang out with the single mom cause I have to take my daughter just about everywhere with me. Her Godmother cancelled on me yesterday cause she had a migraine....cause I was "going" to go for a run stroller-FREE but ended up doing a shorter run with the stroller. It was pretty hot though so that was probably a blessing in disguise.....