Ordinary People

5 Aug

I can admit when I was wrong. Chunky’s dad does have a job now and I just received the first child support. He emailed me everyday to see if it arrived and I was maaaaddd cynical. He told me he was just trying to do the right thing now. I was going to reply “yeah right,” but I stopped. I can’t count how many times I have tried to make changes in my life and people gave me the “yeah right,” and I would stop trying to change because I felt there was no point. I don’t want my ex husband to feel discouraged. Something convicted him and I am going to let this man be a father and have a seat. It’s easy to be mad but hard to forgive. Today I did just that. I forgave him. It’s not healthy to hold on to that type of anger.

That’s all I have for now, the Marley movie is on and I’m getting my whole life! Goodnight!


One Response to “Ordinary People”

  1. LaChristin August 12, 2012 at 3:17 pm #

    Awesome to hear! You said it right though forgiveness is hard, but holding onto all the hurt and anger is harder….

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