Letters to Tuvia#178 Gifts of Kindness(3-16-16)


Evening T,

I waited for this Slice until I was back from my dinner with Ami. Of course that’s after he arrived from a day of work and a stop at the house for the TV he brought you last year. I’m remembering at even though you weren’t thrilled at first that he had put himself out for you, you warmed quickly,  appreciating the large screen size and improved picture quality.  Come on, we’re movie lovers!

As I’ve been in the process of redoing my living room, Ami was ready to bring the crown jewel. Of course,  he  had to stop at Home Depot to pick up the necessary hardware to mount it.

Without much help from me he got here, parked  and lugged the TV up the stairs and into my apartment.   He did let me carry the tool bag and mounting materials and even though he works quickly, it did take a good hour to get everything in place.There wasn’t much I could do except offer a cold glass of water and then sit quietly and wait to assist when needed  but it was better when I just sat quietly.

The TV looks great don’t you think ? Just one more thing- as we cleaned up together, I had one last request for tech help.  My new SONOS speaker was not yet officially connected to my iPhone and in minutes, he had that up and working as well.

I can’t imagine the last 7 months without Ami, just a phone call away. You’ll be pleased to know that I got to pick up the check for dinner. Of course we were at La Fontana and I know the right people.  Ami just grinned as we left the restaurant. By the way, he liked the place and was surprised, just a bit, that you didn’t.  But, then,  we know you.

Both of us continue to miss you and

tonight begins Season 4 of The Americans and you are missing it…

Bonnie S.

7 thoughts

  1. So glad Ami was there to help install the TV and provide tech assistance. and that you could provide dinner. Not only is Tuva missing the new season, but you are continuing to miss him. Hugs, friend!

  2. Sometimes things are just good, and this is one more gift Tuvia left, Ami. I am glad that he can be one of the blessings in your life, Bonnie. Your wall is looking quite fine.

  3. Son has his father’s heart. How great to have him there to help with this project. Your wall looks great! Glad you were able to get the check and the restaurant was a winner.

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