Letters to Tuvia#174 Big, Long Day (3-12-16)

Evening T,

Here’s just a taste of the day.  It’s the break time after a long morning and before a long afternoon and evening of this weekend community dealing with their individual torments. No, of course you would not be along for this ride and yes, even for me it was a tough adjustment.  But it’s all for a good cause, making sense of my life without you and moving on in this new life in a good way.  I know you would want me to get here the best way possible.

Interesting too, I think your conversations with Sandie would take on a very different color now that I’m more invested in her therapeutic approach.

Again, this is not something that I would recommend for you, but for me, I think it’s making a difference.

It’s late… almost the end of daylights saving time and I have just a few minutes to post this slice/letter at Two Writing Teachers.  More tomorrow, I promise.

I’ll be home in the afternoon, exhausted but feeling full and of course, missing you on my way home.

Love you T,

Bonnie S.

7 thoughts

  1. I’m glad to see you here, Bonnie. It seems that the weekend has been good. I love the pictures, and hope you tell about that piece of stone in the middle of the field. Wow!

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