I wanted to share this, as I found it to be insightful, comforting, and amusing. Background: I lost my Mom in December last year, within a week of my STBX announcing that he was no longer happy being married to me. It all hit the fan in May (confirmed OW)and we waited until the end of the school year to share the news with my 9-year old daughter. He moved out June 22. Present: The other night, I was really missing my Mom(I know I'll never meet a wiser woman). I said a prayer before going to bed, actually asking her for some guidance. My dream: We're sitting around a dining table, the only person I recognize is Mom. She looks straight into my eyes and says, "Look. It's a brisket. It will always be a brisket. No matter what you do to it, how you cook it, how you dress it up, it will still be brisket, You deserve filet." End of dream. Hmmm. Do you think this means something? **grin**
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