Tag: sadness

Dad.

My father passed away late at night on March 19th, 2012, due to complications from his quadriplegia. It’s still pretty surreal, writing this post, as I figured he had much more time after his accident two years ago than he had.

D-Day.

My divorce was finalized on Monday morning. There isn’t really much more to say about it besides that; we arrived at the courthouse, stood in front of the judge, and he pronounced us ‘not married’. I don’t like to talk much about my divorce here. It’s really a matter between my ex-husband and I, and […]

Endings.

I’m not really sure how to post this entry. I’ve been debating it for days now, how to say what I’m about to say, but I don’t think I can make it pretty or make it sound good. Scott and I have separated and are filing for divorce. I know this comes as a shock […]

Goodbye, Grandma.

A few weeks ago, on Father’s Day, my step-grandfather died. I found out while at work, and I ended up leaving work because I wasn’t sure if my parents would want me home for the memorial service or anything of that sort. I ended up staying here in Indiana, because they figured I’d be coming […]

The obligatory ‘day after’ entry

I feel compelled to write about how my Monday was, because for some odd reason it sticks out of my mind, the last day of normalcy before all this chaos occurred. I woke up at around 9 or 9:30 on Monday morning, and went to class as usual. It was a beautiful day, and Nate […]