Sunday, September 26, 2010

Thank you.

Thank you, all, for the comments and support and well wishes.

I am doing well, a lot of adjusting, but overall I feel good. Still no internet at home, and I think I kinda like it that way. There's a peacefulness about it. The downside is, I haven't been keeping up with anyone's blogs! I miss you all!

I've been a week in my own place now. I'm feeling my way through finding a new rhythm and routine, helping my kids get used to having two homes. We're sharing custody evenly and will still be parenting together. They're doing just fine.

The blog isn't real high on my priority list at the moment, but it's in my peripheral vision. I do have ideas for future directions and means of negotiating decreased internet access. Rest assured, I will survive!

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12 comments:

  1. Glad to hear you are doing well, if I believed in prayer I'd definitely be praying for you, but as it stands, good luck seems more appropriate.

    Can't wait to have you back =)

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  2. So good to hear from you, Leah. I wondered how you were doing. Thanks for the update and enjoy finding your new rhythm.

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  3. as a child of divorce (both parents divorced three times!), my experience is that kids do best when parents do best. i have only recently discovered your blog and am enjoying it. i wish you the best as your life reaches a new "normal."

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  4. May you heal, adjust, and find peace. Good to hear from you!

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  5. Glad to hear you're doing well, Leah!

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  6. Sounds like things are going well for you. :-)

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  7. As a divorced man now for 7 years, I will pray that you find peace. And as a Christian man living in Utah, I pray that you keep searching for Christ. He loves us. One of the saddest things about ex-LDS is the difficulty for you folks to find God after a lifetime of myth-living within LDS doctrine.

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  8. Thanks for keeping us posted. May it be a peaceful and kind transition!

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  9. Hi. I somehow got to you from Awareness and its 2:00 am. I read Tim's hoboJesus August post and wished to say to him that he should send my greetings to Jesus Christ next time that he visits Him.
    I tell you my version of Islamic-scientific-psychological experieinces: there is an endless paradox of searching after reason and the scientific method just as there could be an endless perplexity to seek after God. Thus, there is a danger that in failing in either way one would attempt a depressive kind of self-crucification.

    There is such an element of self-crucification in the title of your post although it is an outcry as in the poem of Omar Khayyam:

    Sheikhi beh zani faheshe gofta masti
    Har dam beh dame digari payvasti
    Gofta har an cheh gooyi hastam
    Aya to chenan che minamayi hasti

    translated:
    A Sheikh told to a prostitute: O Drunkard,
    Each moment you're falling in someone else's trap
    She answered O Sheikh I am as you claim
    But do you represent what you pretend to be.

    If one tries to use the poem universally as done in John's revelations and yet forgetting religion then there is a great dangerous trap. The key is rather to be righteously skeptic and not to give in to self-destructions religiously, scientifically or psychologically (if you found this path tell me about it too!) It is a precious key to find alright. God Bless You.

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  10. Thanks for keeping us posted. May it be a peaceful and kind transition!

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  11. As a divorced man now for 7 years, I will pray that you find peace. And as a Christian man living in Utah, I pray that you keep searching for Christ. He loves us. One of the saddest things about ex-LDS is the difficulty for you folks to find God after a lifetime of myth-living within LDS doctrine.

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