I am startig to figure out that I don't need to ahve him around all the time, tat I can do things myself. Let's see: toda i made a successfulp plea to the Emergency Animal Hospital to get some insulin for hyis dog and I drove there adn i figured out how to pay for it -- my ink cartridge in my printer at home went dry all of a sudden (I have a home office) and i was able to go purchase a new one and find out how to replace it w/o his help -- I managed to grocery shop for one w/o crying at all -- I have done all of his chores today and mine -- I have made money today working (while he is out spedning money on OW -- turns out I didn't even know where he was after all, they went south, not north, according to OW's husband who gave me quick ring today to tell me that stbx-the-dog-abandoner was at a Ceasar Milan event down south and OW's hubby was anoyed cuz he was supposed to go to L.A. this weekend but after I fired OW, he figured they couldn't afford it -- no prob -- stbx was right there to pick up the slack!) (I digress....) anyway, I amfinfing that I ca do alot of things that I jsut thought I couldn't cuz he had done them for so many years. More to learn, but it seems quite doable. Who needs him anyway?
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