Itty Bitty’s Moving


Hello my friends, I am in the process of transfering my wordpress.com blog to my new website http://www.ittybittyboomer.com - please check out the new website, and register there to continue following me while I'm in this strange time of transition! With any luck within a week everything here will be there ... Thank you! The Itty Bitty …

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Shades of Grief -Divorce


A week ago I alluded to my amicable divorce.   It still is, we are in agreement on all things and will be doing a no response/uncontested action.  Taking care of business.  It's a relief that my terms are not being questioned - though it's simply whats yours is yours, what's mine is mine.  But …

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Turning Of Seasons And Changes


Not a day goes by when I want to post here about something going on in my life. The problem is that I am always concerned about the anonymity of those about which I am compelled to write.  So I don't.  And I don't know why anyone would want to read about all my DRAMA!  …

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Why do I love you? Let me count the ways!


Through my event planning contacts, I ran across this blog this morning - 365 Days Of Love. The concept of this blog is that if you can find 365 things you love about your spouse, significant other, or anyone in your life for that matter, then you have an incredible chance of that relationship lasting …

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Ex’s Listen Up! It’s Only The Kids That Lose.


You've been divorced by your choice for near a decade - your children are 20-somethings - you've moved on and are in another long-term relationship.  Your daughter with him graduated from university yesterday and yet you were incapable of letting her take just one photo with her mom and dad.  She wanted to.  Her dad …

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The Potential Cost Of The Final Solution – A Personal Perspective


My first husband died 20 years ago this year.  I often feel that I should have let go of him years, or decades, ago ... but the experience of loving and living with someone who has mental illness in some or many ways so affected my life that it has proven difficult to let go.  Part …

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Choices … My First Word For 2012


2011 was perhaps the most unusual year I can recall in the last five -  a culmination of closing doors and opening doors right up till the very last-minute.  I'm glad it's over, and 2012 holds promise of a better, growing, stronger year.  I read a blog this morning, Remarkable Wrinkles - you can click on …

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