I’d like to say that it was the passion and love that Adam and I had for each other that planted the seed for our son. But if I recall, it was the television show, “Nip & Tuck” that got us in the mood.
I was blind when I said my vows, literally. I didn’t want to wear my glasses so instead I tried putting contact lenses on the day before the BIG day, but just couldn’t get those little suckers on. I was impatient, nervous and jittery about putting anything on my eye.
So this is how it feels to feel abandoned emotionally. I’m sitting up at 2:00 a.m. for the second night in a row because I can’t go back to sleep. Thoughts race through my mind as I view Adam’s social networking page and see what is happening right in front of me. He is flirting with two women on his page.
Tired, exhausted and only midday, I stood in line at the supermarket and looked straight at the flaming hot chips. My mouth watered and my eyes widened when I saw them so I snatched them and set them down for the cashier to scan them. That’s so weird, I thought.