Its Sunday, a beautiful warm spring day in New York City. There are many events taking place throughout the five boroughs. I want to go out and explore, instead of staying home alone doing the same old things. While writing this I am sitting in my back yard, sipping coffee, and reminiscing about the things I miss about having Him in my life. Things like planning date night or a weekend getaway. The excitement of time spend with Him deepening the bond between us. I miss having Him make the coffee, and cooking weekend breakfast together. Doing the Sunday Times crossword puzzle with Him, instead of with the computer or dictionary.
Today is a good day for strolling through the park or a street fair holding hands with Him. I miss eating brunch and laughing at His corny jokes.. I don’t get flowers anymore, of course I buy them for myself; but, I miss getting flowers from Him just because…. I’ve spent many weekends, Valentines days, holidays, weddings and other family gathers, watching couples smiling, laughing, sharing warmth and love; and I wonder, when will I meet the one that is just right for me? To hug Him at the end of the day, to have His smile greet me at the start of the day. Him, my best friend, confidant, my road dog, partner in crime, my equal, my lover, and husband. Him.
Dear Readers, if you have that someone special in your life, never take them for granted, love and always forgive the little things, hold hands, share hugs when ever possible, remember why you were attracted to them, and make every moment count because LONELINESS IS A KILLER.
WHAT SAY YOU?
Hard to comment on this one. However, I agree with the part of this post that refers to not taking your partner for granted. It is important to always put forth the effort to be a good partner, a good lover a good friend. Truth be told the longer you are with your mate the more work it takes to keep the grass on the side you are already green. I been married for 12 years and I’ll tell you it’s not easy but it’s worth it. This wasn’t always the case. It is imperative that complacency doesn’t set in.
thank you #takecareofyour garden