So, I just came back from the lawyer's office, officially settling Joe's estate. It wasn't that complicated, but when I got home, I felt that it had effectively erased Joe's presence from the world. Now he's just a "deceased" individual. You know, you work and dream together, build up your lives, and then - it's just gone. I'm having a little pity party here. And it just brought up a wearinesss that I try to fight, but caught up with me. It's such hard work to try to be positive, try to move forward, try to understand - and then I slide backwards. Like tonight. I know I'll get up tomorrow and face another day, and work, but sometimes I'm just so tired. You know what I mean? Marsha
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