I have written and rewritten this letter over and over again. Erased it all and started fresh. I could write a thousand things on this page. In the end the only thing that feels important enough to put in this space is this:
You broke my heart into a thousand pieces. Thank you. You were right. We were headed down a dangerous road that probably would have seen us divorced in the end. We needed some time apart. We needed a reset. Now we’ve had one.
Thank you for being the catalyst I needed to inspire me to change. Loosing you pushed me right into the arms of the Father. Forced me to take a good long hard look at who I am and compare that to who I want to be. To who God made me to be. I think I’m making strides in the right direction.
I still feel like we got gypped somehow. We waited all that time to be together. And a year was all we got? Seems like we should have had longer. I want you to be happy. Truly I do. I promise you that I still pray for you daily and will continue to do so. I feel like the last chapter in our story hasn’t been written yet. Someday we will find our way back to being friends. That is after all where we started.
P.S. I Love You
Some sunflowers to end this series with just because they make me happy! Every long journey should end with something that makes you smile!
Only God can heal a broken heart, but there are things we can do to help foster self healing. This post is part of my series 31 Days of Self Healing. You can find the rest of the posts for this series here.