Testing the xmlrpc which the WordPress for iPhone app can’t seem to find
Archives for 2008
I’m sure there will be some that will be dumbfounded by me telling Megan to give her father’s new girlfriend a break, but in the grand scheme of things it will make life easier for all of us if she does.
She had such a difficult time adjusting to the idea of me being with someone else. She took it out on both Jeff and myself to such extremes. She acted out when she missed her father or felt guilty being with me. Anger and emotional blackmail were the tools of choice. Jeff wanted to be like a father to her, but at the time, pushing him away with her behavior. Now we have to explain to her how nurturing can be stronger than nature when we mention how alike the two of them are.
So I remind her, if her father is happy it will make her life easier. Even though I still think he’s a lying SOB with the stories he has told about me (all that matters to me is that my sister has seen through it), it’s time for her to grow up. All I want is for Megan to be happy, because if she’s happy, I’m happy. And someday when she is married, she will make Jeff a very happy grandpa.
Just a quick Merry Christmas to all. Hopefully in the next few days I can do a year end wrap up. It’s been five years since I started blogging. Perhaps the blog can take a new direction in 2009, maybe more meaningless chatter about strange movies, recipes and life’s funny little quirks – like how Fortune Cookies scare me.
To all, I hope you have had a very Merry Christmas. To my other two daughters, I’m still here, but I’m leaving the ball in your court. To my sister, enjoy that white Christmas! And to my husband, thanks for believing in me and supporting my efforts to make this web thing happen.
God Bless ya’ll!
Cody probably will get that train if I don’t keep an eye on him. I’ll need to try and get a picture of Kittyboy AKA the Village Cat.