After an affair, your life doesn't belong to you anymore. For over a year, I couldn't control my own thoughts.
The turmoil in my head was viciously repetitive but savagely random. With this blog, I began to exorcise the demons holding my head hostage.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Ya Need a Light?

It's been over 4 months since I felt my life contained anything worthy of your time....or mine, for that matter!  Seriously.  It's basic boring bliss around here and I do not mind that a bit, but it sure ain't worth wasting perfectly good idle hours pontificating about my mundane day to day Road to Happy.

So, why am I choosing to type today?
It ain't All About Me!

Probably shocking to those of you that have read my story and believe me to be the ultimate, most narcissistic, control freak of all time.  Sorry but you may have to dial back your strong opinion of me, at least for this one post.
Many days I still hear from readers recently swept into the cyclone that is DDay.
Somehow they reach into cyberspace and grab a handful of Crazy Town and hang on for dear life.
I fear they may find way too much dark here.
I worry that there isn't enough light to guide them.
A reader once referred to me and other betrayed wife bloggers as "Lighthouses".
Way back when I was still writing, still healing, she told me that we helped her find her way through the dark days of her infidelity storm.

I don't feel much like a lighthouse, but I could be a flashlight.

This petitte post is my way of checking the batteries on my flashlight.
I was saved by other betrayed wives that walked their Road to Happy before me.
Pulled from the dark belly of the beast of betrayal by the angels of The Healing Heart.
Now that's a lighthouse!!  The light that shines there is resplendent and brilliant!

My flashlight may be meager in comparison, but the beam is steadfast.
Please use it as needed.

You are NOT Alone.

You can comment here.
You can email me:
or visit the place of my salvation,  The Healing Heart
I still read and comment there frequently.

I'm done telling my story, but I will never be done walking my Road to Happy.
If you wanna walk with me, if you need a friend on your healing journey,
please count me in.  We can share the flashlight.