Moving on.
There comes a time in your life, probably several, really, when you open your eyes and realize that it's just time to move on.  There is no point fighting it any longer, no excuses need to be made, no guilt to be felt.  Sometimes, it really is better to just take a step forward, instead of sitting where you are, running in circles trying to make sense of things that just don't make sense.

There comes a time when you realize that it's okay with God if you decide to make a change, albeit a big one, if done for the right reasons.

So, as cryptic and anonymous as this may sound, it's time to move on.  It's been a long time coming, but I think I'm ready to let go.  God help us all.

And don't worry, my husband and children will be 'coming' with me on this change, along with some other people I love dearly <3.
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