Friday, January 6, 2012

It’s the little things

I really enjoyed everyone’s response to my post yesterday. I completely understand the reasoning for keeping your Facebook account and completely understand the reasoning for getting rid of it.

I had a headache yesterday and told G-man I had a lack of Facebook headache like you’d get a lack of caffeine headache. – I jest.

Can I just say how sad I’m getting? Not over Facebook, but over knowing G-man is leaving in less than 60 hours. Or just barely over 2 days. I hate focusing on it but I am. It has been beyond wonderful having him here with me. We’ve barely been apart the whole time he’s been here, I don’t know what I’m going to do when I go back to my completely alone routine.

Directly outside my front door are these flower bushes on each side of my walkway. Bright yellow flowers have sprouted up but what makes it so pretty to us is the fact that each and every flower has stretched themselves toward the sun. They’ve curled and bent every which way to make sure they can catch the sun’s rays for the day.
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We’ve been loving walking out and seeing them stretching out for the day.

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All my Christmas decorations have been taken down and stored away. My home looks empty and cold now. Thankfully I have G-man here to ease the emptiness, but who knows how I’ll handle the emptiness after he leaves.

This is no way started out as a Debbie Downer post but sure spiraled quickly in that direction.

I’m so thankful he’s here and the time I’ve had with him. I’ve truly enjoyed every single moment with him watching movies every single night. Him baking an apple pie, serving it with ice cream and coffee. Us baking brownies with an ice cold glass of milk. Him being intent on me watching the Rocky movies to see just how much it’s a love story more than a boxing movie, and me seeing it and holding back the tears in certain scenes.

It’s the little things I’m focusing on right now. I have to focus on the little things.

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8 comments:

the blogivers said...

Just figure out when you will get to see him next, and start focusing on that! :)

Natalie said...

I wish we had such pretty flowers out! Now that Christmas is past I'm so ready for summer. Everything here looks cold and dead-like. It's even worse with no cheerful Christmas decor and sparkling lights around. I'm always a little depressed when its all been put away =(

Annie M Culley said...

I would love to have flowers in January! Enjoy them for me! :)

Katie said...

Oh Em! I'm sorry his visit is almost over... Praying for you over the next 60 hours for sure :)

Summer-Raye said...

OMG! I thought I was the only person who felt that their house seemed so blah and empty after the decorations were taken down. xo
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meme-and-he said...

okay i just have to say...POST A PICTURE OF HIM ALREADY!!! :):)

carissa at lowercase letters said...

i love how empty my house looks after Christmas. i can breathe again!!!

enjoy every minute of the 60 hours! i hope it feels more like 60 days! : )

Christina said...

I have been avoiding taking down the decorations...it just seems to sad to do so...but alas, this Saturday is the end of Christmas wonderland in my house.

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