who can lead one on a merry chase
My daughter's situation is still tough, but she's resilient, and I know she'll be better off in the long run. We're all reeling from a sense of betrayal and are at a loss to know how to respond, having someone we accepted as part of the family for several years walk away from us without apology or explanation or farewell. Yes, that's cryptic, and I'm afraid I can't do better for now. Again, my daughter's lucky to have a family (partners/in-laws included) that supports her absolutely, mirroring her grief and indignation, helping her find humour in the dark. I'm meeting her in an hour or so for some retail therapy. I'll have Kleenex in my bag. . . . and some almost-three-year old anecdotes. . .