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Saturday, November 9, 2013

Long overdue update

It's been ages since our last post. I'm not sure that anyone even checks in here anymore. At any rate if you're curious.....

Jules married the fisherman this fall! They had a gorgeous wedding and are happily moving forward in their new life.

Gwyn recently eloped with the most amazing boyfriend ever (now husband - it was a guy she met right about the time she dropped off the blog) and she's got a bun in the oven now! Yep hitched and barefoot and pregnant. And deliriously happy.

As for me, Miranda, the one most yearning for the happy ending, well I'm still working on it. Peabody and I had a very surprising and hard break up in late spring. I spent the summer very depressed, attempting to move on and briefly dating a friend of his. In the late summer we reconnected and he asked for a second chance. After much discussion, I agreed to give him one. The summer without him was truly awful. There were a lot of dark days but it was also very much a time of needed growth for me. Time to finish processing a lot of internal emotions. We have steadily been moving forward the last few months and he continues to try hard to be what I need.

As for what the future holds...well I'm still an eternal optimist and romantic but I definitely have built up a wall that's going to take time to tear back down.  I'll try to pop back in and let you know what happens. Much love to everyone out there!

Miranda

2 comments:

  1. Good to hear from you, sad you don't have the best of news but sounds like there is hope and as long as there is hope you gotta feel good! Take care!

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  2. Holy shit, my mind is BLOWN - Jules is married? Gwyn is married AND EXPECTING? That is just more than my gin-addled little mind can handle right now. Congratulations to the both of you!

    And Miranda, while I know this project is mostly abandoned now (like so many of our Class of 2010 blogs are now), please keep us updated if you find the time. It might just feel like a message-in-a-bottle into the giant binary sea, but some of us still pop into the waters to look for them :-)

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