Friday, April 25, 2008

Change is in the air

Hmmm. Blogger's "Create Post" window seems to think I've used that title before. Well, it is again--change. In the air, that is--and if it means recycling the title, well, so be it. (...I just checked. The other time I used that title was when I switched to Gmail. That turned out to be a very positive change.)

The change documented below has also met with universal approval:








As for other changes...well, I do hope they will, ultimately, prove to be positive as well.

Having lived, together, with the fact of our separation for two months now, this week we began talking about how to actually effect it. Who will live where? (Him here, me elsewhere.) Who will keep the girls? (As close to half and half as we can manage.) When to talk to them? (Relatively soon; once we do some research into what, beyond what we instinctively know, we should be sure to do or not do with regard to them.)

Oh, and it's hard to tell for sure, but it seems like the baby birds are hatching today.

They say the more things change, the more they stay the same. Sometimes that's just not true.

3 comments:

DCup April 25, 2008 4:56 PM  

I'm sending good thoughts your way on the changes you're experiencing.

Sounds like very familiar territory. Very, very familiar.

The Cunning Runt April 25, 2008 9:02 PM  

Oh, Jen, it's not literally true. The more things change, the more different they become.

But sometimes, as the variables shift and shuffle and reform into new realities, we come to recognize the True Constants, our love for our children, our commitments to our values, and ultimately, who we are at our cores.

Good luck with the changes, Gurrrl, from one who's been through a few and come to appreciate most of them.

Brave Sir Robin April 26, 2008 5:36 AM  

*hugs*

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