I have been thinking about this the last few days. The thought of a train and what happens when it derails and all the damage that is done. It doesn't usually affect on car, but multiple cars because it is all connected. A marriage reminds me of that when divorce happens. We spend years is some cases building this track of our marriage, adding on cars as we go. Then divorce hits and we are totally taken off the tracks we knew so well. My train had thirty years of cars and track. After my husband left, I have been trying to pull the load of those years of marriage, children, and all by myself. But I really don't have to do that anymore. I need to just pick which cars I want to take with me now. I need to build a new track and decide for myself what is valuable for my train. I guess I am still that little engine that could, but damn I am slow gettning up the hill.
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