This is the third summary post of my history of what happened, in an attempt allow new readers to get up to speed with events that have unfolded in my writing. If you’re new to reading this blog and want to catch up to the posts to date, starting...―
Earlier this week I was talking with a friend about the gritty details related to the relationship mess between Kendra, Tina, and myself. The topic came up about whether the kids knew and how it affected them. My kids – Test Subject A and ...―
This is the second summary piece of my chronicle so far, in an attempt to make it easier to catch up without wading through tons of unrelated and random posts that aren’t relevant to what I’m trying to tell about what happened. If...―
I’ve posted the first chunk of stuff to try to summarize the story that’s unfolded so far. The first post is here, but the permanent touchstone will be on the My Tale page. The second summary post, eh, midweek? Oh, and if there’s...―
Like all good stories, this one begins in a convenience store. . . (Oops, obscure cultural reference. Let me start over.) My story is an attempt to chronicle a relationship between three people: me (Dave), my wife (Tina) and our...―
This time, things were different. Welcome to 2010. I asked Tina if she was going to talk to Kendra about New Year’s Eve. Her response as toneless, detached, and apathetic. If there’s anything she wants to talk about, she can come to ...―
I woke up in a very different frame of mind. The messed up track my mind had taken, blaming Tina for the most recent relationship conflict/drama had dulled. While sleeping my mind had really worked over everything in my head. Sure, she had written...―
I’m going to change it up with this post and do some Monday morning quarterbacking now that it’s well in the past. Believe it or not, I’m not really a masochist (I don’t think). Stupid and stubborn, sure. I’ve talked...―
Christmas passed before I knew it, literally. I slept for four days following the accident. I don’t think I was awake for more than five hours, total, over those four days. Looking back, yeah, not the best thing in the world but I ...―
As quickly as the stress had appeared it melted away. At least, for Tina and Kendra. Maybe due to my nature, but it took more than a couple of days to unwind back to a non-stressed state for me. Things were calmer than usual, however. I believe it...―
An earlier comment by PostModernSingle nudged me towards something I didn’t consciously realize. But I am confused why the mood swing or why dance around just clearly stating the updated news. That’s not something you want to leave in vague...―
I was way too excited about being a mother- for the first time. I was told many beautiful ...
Most people have experienced some level of acute pain in the lower back, shoulders, or ...
Last Thursday we had dinner at the Pancake Parlour, Andy & I. ∙ He ordered the ...