Letters to Tuvia#254 This Life (6-25-16)

Evening T,

I’ve been away and back again.  I’ve been up and back down my highways.  I’ve been back home with family and the familiar.  I’ve been experimenting with the Hudson Valley Tech Meet Up world.  On a Saturday night I’m back home exhausted, hugging a pillow and tearing up through the last season of Sex and the City.

You were never far from this 24 hour odyssey but then not far is not here.  I am not devastated but I feel the dramatic change in tempo, in structure, in rhythm. I have no choice, but to recreate my life.  I have no choice and tonight I need my couch and the last episodes of Sex and the City because I don’t have any more energy for this new life.

Miss you.  Miss our life together.

Bonnie S.

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