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About ten years ago, my husband and I bought our first house together.  While I lived in that house, I planted trees and gardens.  I bought furniture.  807 more words


Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?

As a couple who were separated but living in the same house, Dick and I had a temporary schedule regarding what days and times we had “custody” of Ashley. 730 more words


57. A Ship in Harbour

“Remind me never to do anything else ever again for my family, they’re so ungrateful” says Jane.

“Ok will do.” I reply.

“What did they do now?” Asks Liz. 968 more words

45. A Cuckoo's Calling

There was just under an hour’s wait before my train and I really needed a rest and something hot and restorative. I love London, but it can get overwhelming pretty quickly. 556 more words

42. Sonder

sonder, n. the realisation that everyone is living a life as complex and separate as your own.

It was a shock to find out that I didn’t mean as much to them or was not as important in their lives as I thought I was. 644 more words

Welcoming a sister wife: Two different ways

Note from the blog owner: minnearminne is a new contributor to the blog, and this is her first post.

Since this article is specific to the two different ways things worked out for bringing and welcoming a new wife into the family, I will try to leave out too many details even though it will be hard. 1,803 more words


41. Moving On

I’ve moved house more than a dozen times so I should be used to it by now. Sometimes I’m ready and raring to go.  Bored of the same old bus route and tired of my job. 699 more words