Saturday, 1 May 2010

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A debit from my account, £300, a cheque written long ago and almost forgotten.

A letter saying the papers I signed in December have been returned and filed at court.

And so it begins.

21 comments:

slommler said...

Yeowza!! I hate when that happens!
Hugs
SueAnn

libby said...

Sending you good thoughts xx

Jon Storey said...

The beginning of the end, of a new beginning.....

Ayak said...

Wishing you an easy time ahead without too much stress x

Kelloggsville said...

Is that your divorce papers? Yuk. No matter how ready for it you feel, yuk. It just dragged up so many crappy emotions for me when I finally sorted the paper work, paid and did it. I was amazed at how crappy it felt. Hope you ride the storm well and I promise it's really sunny on the other side :0)

Rare Lesser Spotted said...

Today is the first day of the rest of your [new] life. I hope the bank is understanding if it puts you in the red! Don't you hate it when that happens?
XX

Velveteen Rabbit said...

thinking of you x

Gigi said...

thinking of you and sending many good thoughts your way.

Nota Bene said...

Oh. Good luck...it'll all be for the good in the end...

Working Mum said...

The start of a process to a new life. Good luck.

Looking for Blue Sky said...

Sounds like you are further down the road than me....best of luck xx

Chic Mama said...

((Hugs)) Thinking of you. xx

Shirley said...

On the other side of the bog called Divorce is a lovely meadow called Relief. That gradually gives way to Life again, but it's worth slogging through the mire anyway. Empathetic hugs to you, my dear.

scrappysue said...

in every end there is a beginning. the girls made cupcakes yesterday - yours is here...

Mrs Worthington said...

Good luck. I have just come out the other side. A word of advice;the divorce is the cheap bit it's the ancillary relief ( aka sorting out the money that costs and that can be the bit that racks up the costs astronomically. Or at least it did in my case. All the best and it does get better, honest.

Laura said...

Your post read like it should have Eastenders "Doof,Doof's" at the end.

Sending you good thoughts also. xx

diney said...

a divorce? a clean slate for you to start a new life x

Madame DeFarge said...

Like others, wishing you contented thoughts.

Beautiful but Grumpy said...

it's hard but for the best :-)Embrace freedom.

auntiegwen said...

Dearest All, I'm fine, it's been so long ago that I instrumented this I'd almost forgotten it. I genuinely hope that the inevitable wrangling over who gets what doesn't change the fact that he was someone I loved muchly and I will always be grateful to him every day of my life because he was my big love and together we made the most amazing children.

A Woman Of No Importance said...

Hang on to those very positive thoughts, Beautiful Auntie Gwennie - Where lawyers get involved there can be the rockiest of roads...

Take care, much love sweetie, petal, darling xox