This is me in Trafalgar Square…pinching the bum of a statue. Because…well, I don’t mind bum pinching. What is life without it? Who wouldn’t want to stand in the middle of a foreign country pinching the bums of the statues?

I’ve learned a ton of lessons about myself over the last several months and I’m ready to share my voice again.

I am a woman who was a wife for 20 years who found out that her faithful husband wasn’t so faithful. Now I’m a mom, a daughter, a friend, a dreamer, a crusader, and for the first time since I was 21, not a wife. I’m sure I’m more than I know, but right now that’s all I’ve got.

I’d love to leave this place better than I found it. I’m hoping to document my journey to healing and rediscovery.

I’m happy you’re along for the ride.

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  1. Dear Meg….I’ve been following your blog for a while and I find you to be creatives, honest, fair, non judgmental and I could go on and on. Your writing is very creative and I love the projects you have shared. I remember you as a little girl walking the halls of OLM and now you are a grown woman with growing up kiddies of your own. You were always a very determined young lady and could master anything you set your mind to.
    Two years ago my daughter, Janeen, and her husband separated and it was two years of hell for her, her girls and all of the family…both families. They got back together last fall and things seems to be better..she is back to teaching also. I am aware first hand how difficult this time in your life is. I hope you don’t mind that I am following you..I am hoping you will continue on this new path with a clear head and the knowledge that many people care what happens to you. You come from an incredibly great family. Your parents have been wonderful role models for you and your siblings. Marriage is very difficult. I only had 22 years with my husband and they were mostly good (thank God since that was all we were getting) but some were very difficult. (I spent all 22 years with my mother in law living in the same building and she wasn’t easy to have around all the time.)
    I am sure your family is very supportive and always will be of help. I hope you will be able to be HAPPY…for yourself and your children. BUT, no one can make you happy, you have to make yourself happy.
    I will put you on my prayer list and wi9ll keep up with your blog. I was 40 when Len died and the long range outlook seemed quite bleak when I first started out but as time heals the wound of your loss, you will be able forge ahead full throttle.
    God Bless Meg…
    Gerri (you don’t have to call me Ms. F any more…LOL)

    • Mrs. F. (I’ll try Gerri…but I don’t know if I can do it hahaha!)
      I would love for you to follow me along! Thank you for your support and encouragement! I truly appreciate you sharing. It’s been so difficult to remain hopeful and positive through this process, and this is about me finally remembering all of the things you talked about. What you said puts things into such perspective, as I am 40 now, and I couldn’t see my future except through a cloud of pain. I have an excellent support group and now I have this. THANK YOU for taking the time to lift me up! xoxo Meg

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