The End May Be in Sight
I do not talk of this much, but there has been a horrible situation happening in my family for a long time. I have alluded to things with a couple of posts: This Affects Everyone and Poetry: Question for a Fool .
I will not share too much of it, because the hardest part of it for me is to stay civil, given that I saw things 21 years ago, and throughout these past two decades. I wish that I had not been right.
Unfortunately, things have happened, which have affected greatly the relationships between grandchildren and grandparents. They will likely not change. I only hope that they do before my life passes.
It amazes me the games that some play to try to destroy all that is good. I suppose that, on the surface, they win. It is why I have had to learn acceptance, which is the most difficult. Eventually, things will work out as they will, and it is often better than what we think, which is why doing anything to "win" is never good. It is always best to do what is "right."
That is the big difference between being a fighter and being a warrior, as I see it. Fighters are all about the competition, at any and all cost. Warriors fight, if they must, but because they need to do the right thing and take the risk of losing, understanding that no one ever wins.
The latest strategy was for one to file a 90-day continuance, as part of the game. At today's hearing, the judge denied a continuance. The trial moves forward on Friday. A trial that should never have gone this far, but did for the shenanigans played by one party, which he has played throughout his life in all situations. But that would take up volumes and I do not wish to give it any energy.
Suffice it to say, it appears that there may be an end in sight, at least, for the marriage. A dissolution of marriage, so that one person can get on with her life in some aspects. And after two-and-a-half more years, she can cut all ties, and the "goodbye" will be final.
It is about time.
(Author's update: Is it weird to anyone else that the Captcha was "good riddance"? Seriously, how did that happen? LOL)
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