Sunday, and day two of the weekend, alas!  

SmoothOneAllMan 68M
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11/6/2005 4:36 am

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Sunday, and day two of the weekend, alas!


Ok, up and at em, 7:30am but not all that energetic. Been doing some of my usual morning stuff online. I am a creature of habit like most of us and sometimes it is worrisome, but then I just remember I am not alone.
I was in contact with my first wife by email over the last couple of days, need some info on my daughters. I am planning on sending each of them a HoneyBaked ham for their Christmas. They are all married, with kids and families so this will be a welcome treat for the Christmas week. Seems the old gang is going to gather at the old home place in Virginia for their Christmas, and that is what they have always done, tradition you know. I hope they all enjoy themselves, I was never very comfortable in that setting but did what was required.
So, Sunday and the end of the weekend and prep day for the beginning of the week. Got to get that last coat of paint on the garage door frame to put that job to rest. Boy, I really hate doing that kind of stuff. I was thinking yesterday during the first coat, it has probably been about 20 years since I painted anything. That is how much I hate painting and avoid doing it at all costs. No wonder I am no good at it, not practiced enough. Maybe I should do more! Nooooooooo, bad idea! LOL
I have been talking about putting some questions to my "loyal" readers, so starting tomorrow, I am going to do just that. I have toyed with all kinds of topics but probably the one most appropriate at this time is my process of separation and ultimate divorce from the current Mrs. I have a couple of tacks to take on this so bear with me, it is not an easy thing to put into print. I was chatting yesterday with a person who noted that my perspective, being the male perspective, is different than is aired in most situations like this. So, I figure, why not? I have feelings just like anyone else, but the woman in the divorce process is often seen as a victim, and not the male. I am not claiming to be a victim, but wonder about some things that should make for interesting comments from my readers, if you will help me with this. If no one replies or there is little response, then the value of the purpose is diminished. I hope you will all give due consideration to this and let all of us enjoy your insight. I can assure you that I have very limited insight on this so my comments will be minimal.

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