Not an Option

A dear friend of mine sent me a message on Facebook the other day after reading about my mister’s day off and our united devision O:-)  He told me how fascinating he finds our, uh, ‘situation.’

He said I’m tough.


So, some days I feel pretty tough. I feel like this is SO STINKING HARD.

But most of those days have passed.  I’m kind of over it.  It’s just how we are, now; we’re different.

And what are my options?

I’m married to a man who has different religious views than mine.  He’s a WONDERFUL man and a fantastic father.

So…I’m supposed to leave him because he doesn’t wanna be Mormon anymore?

And I’m supposed to give my girls a confusing, broken home, just because we can’t agree on this one thing?

I don’t think so.

Giving up is NOT an option.  My family is waaaaaayyyyy too important for that.

Speaking of, the baby needs me!  Ciao for now. Thanks for the support; you’re an amazing readership!


2 thoughts on “Not an Option

  1. Now that you live in a priesthood free home, how do you feel about the ordain women movement?

    • What do I think of it? I think it’s ridiculous. But that’s just my knee-jerk reaction.

      I have no interest in taking on additional responsibility in my home or in the Church than what I already do, honestly. I don’t see a need for it.

      I dunno. It just seems silly to me. O:-)

      My his thinks it’s similar to the civil rights movement and blacks getting the priesthood, so maybe we’ll get it one day, but to me it’s very very very different. Shrug.

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