As I look at the photos of this baby, I am overcome with awe and a longing. I’ve never really felt like I was waiting for that moment when I first had a child, but it is truly amazing to see this baby in the flesh. She looks nothing like either of her parents, but she is theirs through and through. This is the first baby a very close friend of mine has had and I am overcome with emotions and joy for my friend and her husband.
Why you should not be sad to be dumped at 35.
You are way more financially stable than you ever were, so now is the time for adventure, self exploration and doing the things you want to do. Think of the break as telling you that there are still some things you need to do for you.
The breakup made you realize how much in your life you were willing to settle for in a relationship. Take that lens and aim it at other parts of your life: your family relationships, friendships and career. …
Apparently this quote can be attributed to a lot of different people. So, thank you to all of those people.
Someone said this to me just a few moments ago and it feels very appropriate for this moment in my life. Sandwiched between my recent break-up which left me without a home (but not homeless, so woe is not me) and setting out on my next adventures (I might as well travel if I have no rent to pay), I’m in a holding pattern. It is not a bad place to be. It gives me time and space to process, and indulge myself in what the future can be as I cannot actually start enacting any of my plans (and, honestly, they are all over the place so it’s probably better this way).