Letters to Tuvia Y3:No Beach? (2-28-18)

Funny isn’t it that for 20 years we spent at least one week of winter at a beautiful beach and we really weren’t t beach people. But together, we came to our beach time and I’m still a fan thanks to us.

So much happened in our 20 years together and still, in this third year without you I’m still sifting through our sands. Every morning as I click through emails, texts and finally Facebook and land on, On This Day… and there we are, on beach after beach, happy, relaxed, together… romantic.

It was glorious on our first midnight walk at the edge of sea on Turks and Caicos.  I remember sending out a whisper, make this the firs of many beach walks.  And I got so many more… and yes, I’ve missed them… I will always miss them.

I’m trying to write more about this but nothing is coming because I can’t fill in the future… it’s unknown… I don’t know if I can go back again without.  Right now I can only appreciate what we had together…

Thank you Tuvia,

Bonnie S.

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