It seems that it was just a few weeks ago that we were going about our normal lives. (It was.) We jumped out of bed; hurried to get the kids off to school; rushed to work; put in our full-time plus; hurried home to get the kids; get them fed and off to their extracurricular activities, maybe had a bit of down time then but most likely grocery shopped or returned emails; rushed the kids home to get their homework done and off to bed and late to bed ourselves, only to get up and do it again as if it were Ground Hog Day.
They sit across the table from each other in almost total silence, pondering the meal before them. They have endured this ritual, perhaps a thousand times now, each engaged in their private thoughts, none of which, anymore, include much of the other. Thoughts of escape long ago turned to thoughts of divorce which then turned to acceptance of just enduring the misery.
Tonight's post is from our Savannah Family Law Attorney Extraordinaire, David Purvis.
Last week may be one for the record books. At least we hope so. The perfect storm descended upon us in the metro Atlanta area consisting of conflicting weather predictions, a rapidly moving snow/ice storm, a collective, simultaneous public awakening and too many cars.
Tonight's post about our children was written by our Lawrenceville Family Law attorney, Wesley Wilson.
Tonight's post on this quiet time of year was written by our Lawrenceville attorney, John P. Smith.
Tonight's blog entry was written by our Attorney in Savannah, David Purvis.
This is not the blog I thought I'd be writing tonight.
Yesterday, President Barack Obama announced that he supported same sex marriage. Not domestic partner benefits. Not civil unions. But same sex marriage. The full monty, if you will. He allowed that homosexuals shouldn't be denied the right to create families any more so than heterosexuals.