This afternoon, I had the luxury of taking a nap. The thing is, I didn't nap. As I lay in my bed, watching "Sex and The City, The Movie"...I realized again, why I love this show so.
It made me hungry for my friends, the ones that really know me. I loved watching the movie, and just like at the end of the actual series (of which I was a huge fan of), I was balling my eyes out. Not because Mr. Big declared his undying love and devotion for Carrie, but because they were married, and because in the end, the perfect reception was a cheesy diner with Miranda, Steve, Charlotte and Harry and Samantha. It got to me. The emotional meal part of it all, the fact that the girls have always gotten their emotional meals from each other, and at the end, they were celebrating by eating at a table together. How perfect is that?
So this is my new blog. I hesitate to come out from under the radar much, so I'm not going too. You can call me OC still. No more "Old Crone".
My first weekend semi-alone, and it felt like complete indulgence and decadence. What is so funny is that I spent the majority of it cleaning my old house. But the only thing I was worrying about was me. The kidlets were with soon to be Ex Hubby. I need to find a new name for him, as Dufus is not doing it for me. Any long time readers have any suggestions about what I should now call "Hubby"?
I took an afternoon shower, and a bath last night in my huge ass tub. It felt so weird, and good at the same time. I think though, that I am at my limit, I am missing the little rugrats and ready for them to come home to me so I can smell their sweet little child heads and kiss on them. Sure to accompany them will be lots of whining and crying as I'm sure they are tired and ready to come home too, we will see though.
I named this blog My Montana Blu for a very special reason. It is the name a very dear friend calls me, and I just think it fits. It's full of hope and promise of good things to come. It's not dark, and closeted, it is full, bright sunlight. Not that it won't contain darkness, I'm sure it will, but I'm on to a better place, and I think it's time to put Bearsmountain to bed. I will have a link to it here, so feel free to read it if you want.
Through the night, and into the day!