death do part ¿Overrated?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Along the way with my ongoing exchange with my amiga, Esperanza, I advised her about dealing with her pressure from family to pay respect for the deceased. Without ever changing her marital status Esperanza is single, and yet her trouble expressing something sincere about the deceased is related to a divorce decades ago. That’s all I’ll say about Esperanza’s moment. My reply pulled from my ever-present notion that: death do us part is overrated. This notion could be seen as cynical like some relationships may severe before death, and it’s no big deal, but that does not capture the nuance behind: death do us part is overrated. My reply was captured in a series of whatsapp messages to Esperanza which are fresh on my youtube channel. One way this phrase helps me is a sense of my first wife. If our relationship had ended in her death rather than divorce, then I would recognize she had friends, which is easy for me to recognize now. I have good reason to believe her relationship with me ended, but that’s one relationship, and each of us navigate through our lives with the intention of keeping what’s good, and letting what’s not slip away. I always felt that relationships she forged along the way with me should not be trouble by severing with me — death do us part is overrated. »» about me 302-990-2346

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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