There’s nothing you can do or say

2007 is going to be different. I know that’s easy to say, but that’s what I’ve decided. It’s going to be different. It needs to be different.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately (but today in particular) about how what you think you want isn’t always what you want – or even what you think it is. It’s easy to say that out loud. (Or, OK, it’s not. But it’s possible.) But it’s a lot harder to accept it and move on.

That’s where we’re at. And I do mean we. It’s not easy, it’s not what you want to hear. But it’s right. And it’s best. And we’re in this together.

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3 Responses to There’s nothing you can do or say

  1. Are you still writing for the Birmingham News? I haven’t seen your byline for a few weeks.

  2. Can I just say that I find it amusing that you insisted that I blog more…while you don’t really have much room to talk? Hahah. I miss our lovely text exchanges…and I won’t have cell service ’til mid-August! So sad!

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