Where in the World is Suburban Oblivion?

Still here, although neck-deep in drama.

I can’t get much into the details right now for legal reasons, but I will say I filed for divorce last week. This came directly on the heels of an incident that involved the police, and charges have been filed on that. I wish I could spill the whole story, but I’m pretty sure I’d be getting nasty calls from a lawyer if I did. Needless to say I’m not online a lot right now(internet at home has been cut off, not by me) and so my blogging has been a bit less.

As things calm down I promise I’ll be writing a bit more, and this tale will all be told in time. (Please excuse the slowness in approving comments if you are new here, again, no internet access.)

Hope all is well, and missing you guys and your blogs terribly!

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55 thoughts on “Where in the World is Suburban Oblivion?

  1. MBG is here for ya…in time this will all be far behind you. Keep that chin up…and keep in touch with all of as you can…I look forward to reading your sense of humor and your point of view… again.

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  2. I heart you!! And as the Christopher Robin told Pooh, “Promise me you will always remember; You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, smarter than you think”

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  3. You are in my prayers. Ah yes, those ol days with the police and the hospital and the disconnected utilities and internet…. I remember them well. Remember, this too shall pass.

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  4. So sorry for what sounds like a crappy time in your life. 😦 Best wishes that you come through this quickly and all goes well.

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  5. I’ve missed your tweets and posts so much. You were the first person to “talk” to me on Twitter. You planted that little blogging seed in my head and now I’ve done it. Thank you for that because I love it.

    One quote that helped me through a difficult time:

    “Barn’s burnt down, now I can see the moon.” -Masahide

    Maybe that will mean something to you as well.
    Wishing you the best!

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  6. So sorry about the drama. We’ll all be here awaiting your return. Hugs and good vibes to you. It’s never easy to go through a divorce no matter what the circumstances, so I hope it goes as smoothly as it can.

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  7. I’m so sorry to hear this. Lots of positive vibes being sent your way. Take care of yourself, too.

    And if you need anything, let me know. I’m actually going through a similar situation with lawyers and not blogging for legal reasons (not divorce, but a sexual harassment lawsuit).

    Take care, Sara.

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  8. I’m so sorry. I can’t imagine the stress you’re going through.

    If there’s anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to ask. Take care of yourself.

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  9. I wish there was something I could do for you. If we were neighbors I’d offer to watch your kids or make you dinner or take you to lunch to get your mind off of it all but, we since we are not… I’m not sure what to do to help except say a prayer for you and send some good vibes and thoughts your way. If you happen to think of anything I can do for you, shot me an email. 🙂 Stay strong.

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  10. wow…i check your blog to see how you’re doing, and i didn’t expect this! sorry to hear about what’s going on…stay strong. you’ve got lots of support here when you need it.

    i’m sending hugs and good luck vibes your way!

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  11. holy smokes! i turn my back for one minute (okay, maybe I’ve been a little consumed with baby for a few months) and then… wow! yikes! sending lots of love and prayers from this one little corner of the blogoshpere. you were there for me when I needed it. let me know if there’s anything i can do…

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  12. New here, just saying WOW! Hang in there, I’ve been there and it SUCKS!
    Its worth getting though, one way or another, because happiness is not overrated.

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