No Matter What

It turns out that I was capable.  And brave.  And praying the hardest I might have ever prayed in my entire life on the drive over there.  But I did it.  I did it alone and all the right words just flowed. And I could see the relief that I was there, talking, communicating, being supportive.  I could also see that she knew.  She knew she hasn’t been okay.

Since noon today, I have felt like this heavy fog of stress has lifted from my eyes and I can see clearly.  I’m positive it will still seem foggy over the next few months, but I’m so proud of me for taking that first step.  Because no matter what, I still love her.

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  1. Michelle

     /  November 23, 2009

    that must be a big relief. I’m glad you were able to talk it over with her. It must have been very hard to do, but you did it. I’m sure she appreciates your support.

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