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Project - *Shattered Dreams*



I have often said that scraping is my release, my therapy. I am glad you did this. It is beautiful and meaningful. It is now many months later. How are you doing?

your page is beautiful and shows your strength through this trying time. Good luck to you and your family and kudos for getting it in your scrapbook!

Kary, This is so sad but there is life after divorce. You can lean on your heavenly Father who wants nothing more than to wrap His arms around you and your children. He will be the love you need now. Thanks so much for having the guts to share your struggles. You are encouragement to many. Keep your chin up and your eyes looking up as well.

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{{{{{{{{{{{{hugs}}}}}}}}}}}}...I hope this amazing LO was therapeaudic for you...TFS

men are idiots! what a jerk he is. please know that this is NOT your fault. the worst thing you can do is blame yourself. (just make sure to get the money. the more the better!)

this is so beautiful although I'm so sorry you're goin thru a hard time. .. *hugs*

Project - *Shattered Dreams*
About this project

Project - *Shattered Dreams*
by ScrapNKary
posted 01/15/09 at 09:16 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

I made this LO to help me through a really rough time that I've been going through–I hope it inspires you to scrap about the painful, not so “pretty” things that make you who you are today–
Journaling reads:
“Never in a million years did I think my marriage would end. Years of being a family, of raising children together, of sharing our lives and dreams were shattered in one day. The man I thought he was, the husband I needed him to be, the partner he promised he would be, was all gone with one breath; with one guilty admission and years of betrayal. What's left for me is heartache and sorrow and empty promises. What's going to give me strength to make this journey alone is the knowledge that I did nothing wrong. He chose to break his marriage vows, not me. And knowing that God will give me the strength and courage to continue my life without him makes every step I make a little easier. knowing that I can survive and be happy with myself is going to make my journey easier…”

ETA: Memory Makers Mag picked this up for their July/August issue–woo hoo!!
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