Coming Home

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It's a strange experience.

After a grueling 2 1/2 day drive we made it to my parents' home. I'm relieved and exhausted. My oldest was such a good little traveler......barely complained, behaved herself. Couldn't ask for any more than that! The youngest was a different ball of wax, haha. She fussed, wanted to be held and joy of joys has a horrible cold! She passed the cold to me and now I think the oldest is getting sniffles too. The joys of the road. I love travelling and just wish we hadn't had such tight time constraints. Even the hubby enjoyed seeing some of the country!

We arrived here and unloaded the truck with the help of my nephew and my father. Easier than loading it, haha. It's strange to be "home." I know that my parents feel better being closer and hopefully I'll be able to nail that job and find my own place soon. The girls seem settled but giving it more time.

Hubby was in tears when he left. It was heartbreaking. I wish that things were different with us but only time will tell. I've told him we're here, we'll be in touch by phone and video chat. There are definitely issues that will be addressed between us. I feel emotionally neglected, can't have that anymore. He's certainly depressed and needs treatment for that of some sort. I need to raise my girls in a healthy environment and this is it. Without all the drama!

It's colder than hell here......went from 60s days ago to 20s. Piling on the layers!!!

5 comments:

jana z. said...

awww cindi. im sorry it was so hard. i know how it is to love your husband yet feel you cant stay with him....i wish things could have worked out for you and hopefully they will eventually. sometimes it takes a big big move such as this to make men open their eyes and see whats important in life.

glad you made it safely and i know your parents are happy youre home.

take care!!

Carolyn said...

Oh Cindi, my heart breaks for you and your family. You are so right in what you are doing and I commend you for that. The girls need to be raised in a healthy enviroment, so they will grow up to be stable adults. Maybe this is what you all needed. Good luck and glad you are "home"
Hugs
Carolyn

Sobia said...

I'm glad you are in a healthy place. It's hard but I really believe you are doing the right thing.

Hugs.

Layla/Colls said...

I am so glad you finally made it. Just keep thinking that you are doing it for your girls. You are such a wonderful mommy and I really think you are doing the right thing.

Love and Hugs!!!

UmmAbdurRahman said...

I don't have much time to comment now, but welcome back to Minnesota. It sure is cold huh?

I'll be by soon.