Monday, November 24, 2008


I have been trying to bring myself to post this past week, but I can't force myself. I am not really sure why, except that I have been busy, but the truth of the matter is my heart is not into it.

Relations with my wife have been good. I feel that I am doing her a disservice by not sharing how we have been able to work through things, but we have. She is a wonderful woman, learning to handle the challenges my SGA throws her.

Anyway, I know that I wanted to stop posting, and I guess that I have, but I didn't want to commit to stop posting and continue. No false alarms here.

Maybe I am just tired of being dramatic and I part of my posting has made me feel that way, and so if I want to stop feeling that way I eased up on the posting. In any case, one way or another I just want to be normal.


Bravone said...

Mike, Thanks for the update. It is interesting to me that you can come to care so much about someone through their blog. It is the journey we share. I am glad to hear that things are going better for the two of you. If not posting or not posting often helps, then so be it. You know what is best for you. Just always know that we are here and care a great deal for you.

Safe journey,

Bror said...

I am glad to hear from you too. I look forward to your next post. :) When you feel like it of course.

Alan said...

It's not a competition Mike, it's a family. You post when you want to, when it helps, when you need to get something off your chest. If you go for weeks without a peep, we'll worry about you and check in to see how you're doing. But you know best what works for you. The eyes, ears and hearts of the rest of us are here for you however you decide to blog or not to blog.

Mike said...

Thank you for everyone's concern. I am fine. I will continue to post, I am sure of it. The frquency may not be as often, that's all.

I agree with Bravone on how much I have grown to care for each by reading your blogs. I will continue to check them daily to see what you are all up to.

Love, Mike

Beck said...

Don't worry about the "drama". I know you're in search for being "normal", but sometimes we all have to be a bit "dramatic". I am not nearly as dramatic in real life as in my blog... but I use the blog for that purpose and it seems to help to balance things out.

Use your blog for the way it benefits you most. Don't worry about how or when or why - just do it when you need to and we'll be along side you on the journey.