Long distance detail

You know, since T and Ilived in two different countries for the first two years, you'd think we were used to being apart. Not so. It is heart-breakingly difficult.

Possibly, it's because we were apart for so long, and it brings back memories of that in our hearts and bodies. Especially because this is forced upon us.

I sit here thinking about this, because I feel so grateful for being able to send him emails. He's at work, so phoning him is not so terribly good, you see. ;-)

And these are just emails of little consequence, about everyday things. But those are what matters most, I think. The familiarity of those things, the things we do. The everyday that is ours.

"What did you have for dinner?", "How did you sleep?" we ask. I can't think of anything I'd rather know.

Monday, August 14, 2006 scribbled by Wardi
11:29 AM