It’s almost over. This divorce is almost final. As badly as I didn’t want our marriage to end, and as hard as I fought, I’m finally at peace with his decision and wish him nothing but the best. I am ready for that chapter of my life to be over. I’m thinking of it as tying the knot not cutting ties. Cutting ties means there’s still bad blood. I don’t want bad blood. I want to forgive and forget. Forgive them for their wrong doings and forget them, because it’s over; it’s all over.
I say it all the time; I’m so lucky. In the midst of all of this chaos I have found myself exactly where I always wanted to be. Katy Perry said, “After a hurricane comes a rainbow.” The girl was on to something. I have been so incredibly blessed. I have a roof over my head, two incredible roommates who have just taken me in under their wings and have made me feel so welcomed.
Not only have they been so good to me, their friends have made me their friends too. They have taught me the true meaning of friendship. I have learned the true meaning of friendship. I am not lucky, I am blessed. I can’t tell you how grateful I am to be surrounded with such ambitious, educated, humble and hilarious people. I love y’all so much and I’m not sure that you will ever know the true impact y’all have had on my life. Thanks for everything, from asking me to go grab dinner, taking me out for drinks, laughing with me, giving me advice, and most importantly making me believe again.