Moving On

“You can spend minutes, hours, days, weeks, or even months over-analyzing a situation; trying to put the pieces together, justifying what could’ve, would’ve happened… or you can just leave the pieces on the floor and move the fuck on.” – Tupac Shakur

And that’s what I did; I moved the f**k on. 

Sidebar: I may go into detail later about what happened and how everything fell apart, but not now. For now, trust me when I say that I am better off, and believe me when I say as far as my marriage went, I gave it my all and left everything on the field. EVERYTHING.

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I don’t like road trips. And yet, one year, one month, and four days ago, I found myself driving almost 2,000 miles from my mother’s house in Texas to my friend’s home in my old hometown in New York.

Fifty and I were embarking on the next chapter. And the next chapter meant staying at my friend’s while I attempted to put my life back together and figure out what I wanted my future to look like. The world was my oyster. (If by oyster, you mean a skint bank account and no real idea what I’m doing.) 

Somehow, after years of torture waiting for life to begin, to finally kick into gear, first because of visa delays and then because of BS excuses and lies delays, life had become a fresh notebook. Blank pages were waiting for me to fill them up with new chapters. 

Care to read them? 

35 responses to “Moving On”

  1. I do.

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  2. Yes! I loved your blog!

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  3. Yes

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  4. Absolutely! Here’s to a new chapter. 🥂

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  5. Yes! I loved your blog! ☺️

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  6. Definitely, loved your blog and miss it. Wishing you all the best with your future.

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  7. ❤️❤️

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  8. Yes miss your blog

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  9. Absolutely! I’m glad you are able to move on. We’ve missed you. Here’s to new beginnings.

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  10. Love your writing – wishing you the best.

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  11. Yes!!!

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  12. Oui oui!

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  13. Ton blog me manque

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  14. I’m happy (and excited) for you… and me, because I’ve missed your blog 😊

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  15. Always! Good luck and best wishes!

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  16. Yes! I read the blog oh so long ago!

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  17. I loved reading your blog; it was one of the first I regularly read! Here’s to a fresh start!

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  18. Yes!

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  19. Yes!

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  20. Absolutely, I really enjoyed reading your blog and have been wondering what happened and how you and Fifty were. Wishing you the very best of luck in everything you do. Ro – n.w.Italy

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  21. Definitely! Keep writing, I’ve missed reading your words!

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  22. Glad you're back to writing and can't wait to read more!

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  23. Yes please!

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  24. Cheers to new chapters!

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  25. Absolutely here for it! Cheers to you and your endeavors 👏🏼

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  26. Can’t wait. I’m wishing you bon courage as you and Fifty move ahead.

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  27. Yes, loved your blog and liked your take on the world. Write again!

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  28. Yes please!

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  29. Oh Sara, I've just caught up with your latest blog post. I'm so sorry, I did wonder if all was well as hadn't seen any posts with you and Gregory and no mention of him for a while. After all you went through to get his visa too. I followed your LPV blog and really enjoyed your writing, so in answer to your question, Bien Sur. Onwards and upwards to new adventures.

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  30. Sara, so good to see your post pop up! Am sorry for all the drama you've had, but it sounds like you have come thru (that's the important word – thru) it strong and ready to move on and up. You will be fine, and I hope to read more about good things soon! Have wondered about you over the past couple of years (!) and hoped you were well. Love to you and Fifty!

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  31. Wishing you all the best! I'll read whatever you care to write (provided I find time in between taking care of a baby).

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  32. yes Sara ! It's been a long way since the petit village ! Ioved your blog then (I'm french, living in Languedoc), so funny and true about french campagnards”…. please, don't give up….

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  33. Would you consider moving back to Europe?

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  34. Oof, sorry for all those difficult times. Dude, move back to Europe! Pretty please…

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