My neice turned 5 yesterday, and in December we're supposed to take her to Disney World for her first trip to see the mouse. We were talking about it this morning, and I said that if he still wanted the divorce and we were split up, that he should be the one who goes (he knows Disney backwards and forwards, and since she is his sister's child. . .). He seemed genuinely surprized that we wouldn't go together. We have no children, so if we divorce, we have no connection. I look at it as him erasing me from his future. I'm starting to think he thinks we'll just downgrade to friends. I may have some self-esteem issues, but I'm not a big enough masochist for that.
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