His anger is never ending

My daughter decided, as a joke, to text her dad and tell him I would be going to Greece with her this summer. She asked him if he would pick us up from the airport and if we could stay at his place. He told her this was serious and something that they would need... Continue Reading →

Instead of…

Instead of telling her what a wonderful young lady she turned out to be, he told her he was sorry that he wasn't there for her while she was growing up. Instead of spending that quality time with her in conversation about those lost years, he only gave her a few seconds to respond prior... Continue Reading →

His reply to my email

The reply to my email (you can read it here) was not at all what I expected, nor did it make any sense. Here is his reply: It is exhausting enough saying one thing to another person,  the other person understanding something different and then transferring it to a third person in a totally different... Continue Reading →

Disappointment takes away excitement

When my daughter first arrived in Greece, her father picked her up from the airport. She spent the day and night with him. When they arrived to his home, his girlfriend did not greet her well at all. In fact, she shook my daughter's hand and then went and sat on the couch where she... Continue Reading →

The empty can rattles the most

He can just go on and on and on. What is that saying?  "The empty can rattles the most." Well that's exactly what he sounds like. It's almost deafening to the ears. It gets me so exhausted when I hear him talk or read a lengthy email like the one he just sent me. His... Continue Reading →

Use as intended

I am still so upset. I just couldn’t write this even over the weekend. I knew that if I would have, I would have used so much profanity and that wouldn’t have been a pretty site. Use as intended??!!!! How can I use as intended when it isn’t even the correct document needed in order... Continue Reading →

The echo in my head

I keep thinking about the conversation we had yesterday.  The way he was acting and the tone of his voice brought back in memory a conversation we had about DD years ago. From the moment the conversation ended, I kept hearing the echo of the words he told me. "You can have her until she is... Continue Reading →

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