Thursday, September 27, 2007

the path of divorce

After being gone for two months, my Mom came back and moved all of her stuff out today. With my help. It was like driving nails into a coffin.

The hearing is in less than two weeks, then alimony will start and the divorce will be final.

5 comments:

Jerri Dalrymple said...

I'm so sorry, Wendy. It is like a death, and don't forget to let yourself mourn. It deeply affects the children as much or more than the divorcees. You and your family are in my prayers, and my shoulder is soft if ya need it!

Ann-Marie said...

Also praying for you Wendy. When my dad died, Mom and I read lots of books and the common theme was that divorce was even more painful than death, so I can't imagine how tough this must be.

You are in my thoughts.

October Dawn said...

It is probably tougher on you and the girls.... but I know it's tough on your dad and mom too, even if they won't admit it out loud. Sometimes "being right" is more important than admitting the mistake...and that can take a lot of work to maintain. My heart breaks for all of you! Remember God loves sinners and He never runs out of answers/solutions...even if they aren't forthcoming.

WendyJanelle said...

Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers. I just worry about both of my parents, and what the future holds now. I worry about the effect it's having on my kids, and will continue to have. But I know i'm not to worry, but to trust and believe God and His promises.

Brook'sBlog said...

That's the bad part. It hurts the children much more than those who are doing it. You be strong for your kids, and let them know the "truth" of this subject. We all know that God is great and forgives, but you also take that time and care to share with your children how God feels about this. We are here if you need us, you know that! Stay strong girl, I know how hard it is, I've been there!