Saturday, July 28, 2007

i think its time,time to move on

last several weeks have been reading blogs, checking out guys, and realize i can't and won't do a damn thing until things are finalized at the home front. yesterday the cell phone bill came and now she wants to know just who i talk to as i use a lot of minutes, well she is the one that says we are finished and bla bla bla, she goes on seperate vacations,goes out to dinner with friends,goes to movies all the time with my daughter, so i got to thinking that perhaps its time to put the wheels in motion to finish this once and for all. i don't think its fair to her to continue this and am right now looking at how to make it as easy transition as possible so she will not loose her job at the church.
if i need to get before the congregation and let them know just who and what i am so that she may seperate and still keep her employement the church knowing that this is none of her fault then i will......
will be tough to leave the things i love in the church, leading worship on sundays, singing in choir and so forth but there are other churches out there
well this is all for now must now get to work before my staff comes in
over and out from beautiful cleveland

10 comments:

Lewis said...

Church? What? Oh my gosh. I'm afraid we may have far more in common than we realized. But, as you've concluded, there is a time and place that the losses must be cut. And, believe me, it's hell. Probably the hardest thing you'll ever do. I think I have the t-shirt having "been there and done that." Thinking of you today.

manxxman said...

There is never a "right" time to going forward with your life. It's like jumping into the pool when you were a kid......scary until you'd done it once or twice then you got the hang of it you just went on with it......that's how it's going to go......

We'll all be here for you, but you have to do the jumping.....

Bear Me Out said...

Dave, I know how hard it is. I'm in the midst of it now.

It will be very difficult and painful. Severely so.

You either face the big pain now, or dribble it out through the rest of you life.

Shalom, "Joe"

Creative Thinker said...

You know I'm thinking of you, buddy...Hang in there...

Scotty said...

Oh lord...how did I not know this. I was the Worship PASTOR of my church when we started our divorce. I stepped down and then, eventually came out. I was eventually kicked out of my church. I have not been back in any capacity other than special services when I attend with my mom. We need to talk more I think!

daveincleveland said...

would love that scotty, seems like we have several around that have been involved in christian worship and music and have had to give it up because of choice we have or are making...but, then i think, there are other churches out there that are very open and accepting

Sh@ney said...

Just keep the vision of what life will be like once it is all said & done, it is your beacon of courage. As hard as it may seem, you MUST let diggnity take the back stage for awhile & be brazen. The reaction may not be so easy to handle, but remember, those that are true to you, that love & care for you, WILL stand by you - no matter what. Those that turn their back - were not the friends you thought they were. One shot at life, no room for mistakes, as I found out through my own tortured life. You can do this Dave, Believe in yourself & who you are! But do it when you are ready!
big hugs & kisses xoxox

Sh@ney said...

Hi friends,
Just a 'quicky' to let you know my blog address has changed LOL
The old address was too similar to that of 'Pride of Place' & I have been asked to change it.
New address is
http://blogshaney.blogspot.com
Sorry for the hassle
Hugs
Shaney

Bigg said...

Now, WHO could be running up your cell phone minutes?

daveincleveland said...

hmmmmmmmmmmm, i wonder..........:)