Virtually everyone in the world likes chocolate, if you don’t; there is something wrong with the cortex of your brain. Seriously, if you don’t like chocolate, you are probably a serial killer or perhaps someone who loves inflicting pain on animals.
Now, raise your hand if you DON’T like chocolate. I THOUGHT so… The reason I bring this up is that today is CHOCOLATE CAKE DAY. That’s right, I know this because my Alexa machine has been NEVER wrong, and SHE says that today is the infamous day.
Armed with this knowledge, I have baked several chocolate cakes, one for me, and several for the city mission. I’m sure that since everyone in the world likes this dark and sweet concoction, the people at the mission will be grateful and well sugared up for the night.
Why do I even bring this up, I don’t know, Staring at the blank page or a while was tedious so I decided to just write some drivel. How am I doing? Hey, we can’t ALWAYS be on our game and write Tom Sawyer novelettes every day you know.
Ok, OK, I will go back to staring at the page and see if something hits me as earth shattering blog material. I remain yours in a boring status…
I have a problem. I have been divorced for 8 years now, but can not get over the guilt of my failed marriage. My ex has moved on and remarried leaving me with the bitter thoughts of hatred and revenge.
At night, I obsess and think about how I can get back at him and make his life miserable. This gives me some pause and yet, I know what I am feeling is wrong. Counselling has not worked for me and I still harbor these feelings of anger and resentment.
Why does life have to be so hard Sooz, why can’t he feel the pain and anger that possess me? Your help would be appreciated.
Dear Wacko Ex:
It sounds as if you need to STOP seeing your current counselor and start seeing someone who can actually help you. Your feelings are NORMAL for a short time after any divorce, however, you should have moved past that anger and resentment after 8 years.
Keep yourself busy with work and other activities. Get a hobby, join a gym, get out and meet people. The busier you stay, the less focus you will put on feeling miserable.
Definitely see another counselor, however, someone who can help you this time. Support groups for divorcees are also a good thing to attend. I’m sure that if you take my advice, you will be on the right track towards feeling well-adjusted. Good Luck.
Five years ago, my husband and I divorced. Here is the problem I am facing. You see, when my husband and I divorced, it was a tempestuous relationship with lots of hurt feelings.
Naturally, he went to his parents for comfort and support afterwards. The problem is, I love his mom and would like to carry on a relationship with her. Do you think this is even possible, or should I just leave well enough alone and move on?
I really would appreciate your help on this one. Thanks.
Doleful Daughter in Law
Dear Doleful Daughter in Law:
I see NO reason, just because you and her son have split that this should affect your relationship with her. Call her up, invite her to lunch, let HER be the judge.
If she wishes to continue her relationship with you then all is well, if NOT, drop it like a hot potato and move on. You can only push fate so far. Good Luck…
As I sit here by the banks of the river Styx, I peer out into the cold and empty darkness.
Fear fills my body, and the sadness from a thousand lifetimes sift through my brain.
I am alone; waiting for the inevitable finality, my conscience must be examined.
Woe to those who have the curse of breasts, pleasant to the sight, and tempting to the touch.
Few have seen without being condemned to its pleasures of lascivious gesture. Many have I called, but only a few have ignored my siren’s cry.
Woe again to those who have felt my passion, and have become a pinnacle of Lust’s desire; within my womb, there lays a contemptuous fire, ignited by the curse of my heated loins, tempting both men and women into my Devil’s cavern.
I pray that Hades will judge me NOT by his pitchfork of revenge, but by the actions I have done worth the merit of forgiveness. Seek Yee not shall I ask for his forgiveness, only the mercy he commands necessary.
Hi there folks. I haven’t been around in quite a while, I have been sick again with Pneumonia. Just can’t seem to shake this damn bug. Been in bed most of the last 3 weeks.
Hopefully, I will be back soon as I miss all of you. Hopefully everyone out there is doing well and enjoying the New Year.
God Bless you all,