Moving on

I have sort of accepted it.

I’ve experienced anger, denial, and sadness. No doubt fear is on the way. It must be cool for the other side to already have gotten their share of fear. Now they can just smile and be happy – cool we’re goin’ to level Falujabad. Or something.

Can’t really move to Canada – the kids would miss their grandparents. So, I have to let go a little bit. Not all the way, just enough to allow me to be a productive individual once again. I need to delete some sites from my Bloglines.

So what’s next. Work, of course. Plus a very healthy dose of family. Nothing like the smiles of my wife and kids to make all the worries of the world melt away.

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