Invisible

What’s great about this blog is… no one reads it.

Lately, I’ve been feeling invisible.  It reminds me of an old Alison Moyet song with that title. Let’s listen to it on the turntable:

Tomorrow is the 10-year anniversary of my divorce. That is crazy. In many ways, I’m still not over it.  I always thought I’d be ready to move on, but I’m not.  It’s as if the permanent scars of that betrayal left an impenetrable fortress around my heart.

I never imagined I’d end up alone.  But here I am.  Alone and invisible.

 

3 thoughts on “Invisible

  1. Invisible = not seen and not heard. Yet every day I seek out your posts, your thoughts, your wisdom. When you announced Big Mountain Data wasn’t going to make it, I had no words to express my disappointment. The cause is so important, yet it couldn’t sustain your vision. I reassured myself with the thought that “failure” is just a step towards something bigger and more important. You’re the kind of smart, bold person who is meant to do important things. So invisible…no. I’m watching, listening, and reading. I can’t wait to see what you create next!

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  2. Thanks Sandy and Christi. I appreciate the words and support. This blog sometimes coexists as a form of free therapy for me as I work out my stuff. I write here when the cat tires of hearing my problems.

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