Letters to Tuvia#225 Always a New Gem (5-12-16)

Morning T,

Another glorious start to a spring day with coffee on the porch before the sunshine blinds. I wasn’t on the hunt for  this image of you , but as I scrolled down our memories searching for the picture of my tech tools for the latest version of our Tell It Digital Promo, I found you in our porch space, on furniture that now lives in the garage, replaced by the cozy Pier 1 Santa Barbara couch and chairs with pops of color.

Without you to share meals with me on the porch,  I was motivated to create a new space, trying hard to move forward in this new chapter of my life.  Just yesterday I had a new friend lunching with me, breaking in the chairs, the coffee table, in the spring sunshine.  Girl talk: online dating, aging, you…

I’m remember this moment: you reading the Times, sipping coffee, on our porch just before you take your leave for Paramus where I will meet you later in the day…

I’m moving so much slower in this new life…

Moving slower without you…

Bonnie S.

2 thoughts

  1. Every day another memory pops up, and I know it’s hard, but it is wonderful to have those good memories, too. Nice that you had a friend over to try out the new decor! Have a good day today, Bonnie!

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