So I haven't really updated on the drama with Matt recently. Melissa let me know my blog was getting boring now that it's drama-free (thanks, Melissa!) but I figured that my readers were just as happy as I was to move past the drama and back to normal parenting stuff.
Matt and I are in a really muddy, wierd spot right now. We are seeing a new counselor, who we really like quite a bit, and are trying to figure out what we want to do now. Possibly we will "make it work!" (okay, I'm watching Project Runway, sorry) and put the shambles of our relationship back together. So far we're not committed, either way, to making the break or getting back together. Hence, the mud. Matt still doesn't live at our apartment, but he spends about 90% of his free time here. We are going to counseling together and Matt is going to be doing seperate counseling for managing his anger. It's really, really positive work to be doing whether or not we ever are in a romantic relationship again.
Honestly, I'm confident we'll be able to work it out. We've both been making some serious strides on some really, really important issues. So much has happened for me over the past few weeks that have forced me to open my eyes and grow in so many ways.
So my stride for today was learning that snarky is actually a rude term. Calling someone snarky is not nice, people! I am sad to know this, it's one of my favorite words. It sounds so silly to say.