I broke down and bought myself a new camera today. As I was toying with it, I remembered how much fun I had with my old one. I tried to remember why I stopped using it. Then it came to me. He took the joy out of everything I did. And I started to remember the many many things I used to enjoy doing. And you know what? He isn't here to suck the happiness away anymore. So, I'm going to enjoy these things once more. And just by that simple realization, I am feeling ok now. in fact, maybe even a little better than ok.
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