I've taken alot of time this weekend to reflect, to accomplish paper work, work on the computer, read a few things, talking with my DS friends, making some jewelry. Well, basically just spending time with me. I thought it would be good to have some downtime and wrap my head around whats up and coming next month (my meeting at the court house with our lawyers and a judge). Prepare myself the best way I know how (any advice and suggestions are welcomed). Anyway, this one thing is really bothering me. I told you guys about my ex's lady friend (coworker) has been diagnosed with a rare leukemia. It is affecting our girls emotionally, and alot of others as well. I just don't know how to feel myself. I feel bad for her as a person, but I'm still upset that they had an affair. Here I am trying to get through this emotional ride and he's by her side (I know that sounds selfish). Its because we were each others strength and now hes gone. It just feels weird. I called her exhusband (we keep intouch) and he went to see her in the hospital. He feels the same way I do. We are getting together for a drink. So what do you guys think? Need some thoughts on the best way to deal with this OR maybe just a hug.
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