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Slowly getting better
By Photoclickr
12/19/2011 11:19:08 AM
Happy Monday All-

Had an awesome weekend with my Wife. It amazes me how well we both get along when I'm not scared and uptight of being caught in my indulgences. This weekend we are heading to my hometown where there are a lot of bad memories between the two of us, a lot of things happened as they shouldn't have. I'm torn because i want to go back and remember the good times we spent there dating and as newlywed's but unfortunately my wife knows that through all of the "good times" i was going behind her back and doing other things..

I feel as though we should try to make new memories there, My Mother and siblings are there.. we have to find a way to be comfortable going back.

Anyone have experience or ideas of facing the past ghosts that have tried soooo hard to tear you apart?

I've called a local Jeweler (who is a good friend of both of ours) he'll have a selection of items in my price range that she can choose from. I'm also planning on making reservations at a restaurant where i don't think we have any bad memories.

I'm just trying to make it as happy of a trip as possible..

Your thoughts?

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