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Re: how do we deal with T separations?

Posted by backseatdriver on June 27, 2008, at 7:45:24

In reply to Re: how do we deal with T separations?, posted by star008 on June 27, 2008, at 3:00:25


My T will be gone for all of August.

One thing's for sure, I'm looking forward to being on Babble more. :)

I'm putting together some distractions, too. A busy work schedule, new exercise goals, and a pile of books and movies to enjoy.

And, finally, I'm trying to think about the interruption in a different way. It feels like an abandonment -- and this is a huge issue for me -- but it is really, truly something else. It must be. But, what? I spin lots of fantasies. If my life were a musical composition, this might be where the strings come up and the horns diminish for a while ... Not bad in itself, just a change that will persist until something else changes.

the backseat driver




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