Letting Him Go.

The last time I went to the Synagogue, I spent a few days with a family I was friendly with despite my mum was still alive and in the same town.

I didn’t want her to know I was on a miracle seeking mission in regards to reclaiming a man who thought I wasn’t worth the fight.

During this visit, it occurred to me to try assessing Uncle Ex’s Facebook page, per chance I may know his password. And so I tried it, and Eureka!

I saw things that broke my heart, above all, I saw that he had moved on.

I couldn’t sleep a wink that night, I insisted on being dropped in the park at 5am. Took an unsafe bus because of hurry and went to look for Uncle ex with all boldness. Wanting an explanation.

Oh Well, I didn’t see him, called and wrote but he showed not.

Nonetheless I received a certain calm from knowing that in reality he actually was the cause of our break up. As before then, I had been hunted by the ghost of “divorce is an “unpardonable” sin.

So I returned to work and continued life as usual until I fell into a rebound relationship.

I got the best valentine surprise ever. Truly 2020 was made to be my year.

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Well deserved haircut!

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