While it’s good to be back home with my teenage daughters, I am going through withdrawals.  I miss my sweetheart terribly.  We had nearly two whole weeks together, more than we’d ever managed before, and we still couldn’t get enough of each other.

The situation is a bit complicated.  I’m not sure about how much detail to go into here, because she is a very private person.  I, on the other hand, blab just about anything to anyone — something I’m learning not to do.  Still, having been raised in California, it’s my nature to over-share.

The plan is to have her move down here sometime this summer, but that’s no longer a sure thing.  It depends a lot on factors out of our control.

I do know one thing.  I love her with all my heart and soul.  I love her without measure.  I love her forever and for always.  Without her, I will become a monk.  Seriously, a monk.  This is the last relationship I will ever be in.  It’s her or nothing.

I can go on and on and on about how wonderful she is, but that would just embarrass her — as I’m sure this is already embarrassing her.  So I will stop.

So, I wrote some on my novel while at airports and on airplanes over the last few weeks.  Anyone else working on their novel, still?

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  1. I have a story that I’ve been working on and off for awhile. It just started as random short writings which I eventually realized were based around a potentially workable idea so I just recently actually planned everything out and started writing the real story.ryc: Feel free to impart any advice you wish to give. I’ve noticed that when people have more experience (or even just different experience) in an area than I that their advice can frequently be useful. I’ve also noticed in the past that even when I end up not taking someone’s advice it can be useful just by making me think about an issue or consider another point of view.I have not watched that movie yet as I currently have neither a dvd or vhs player (some wave of stupidity hit me four years ago when I was buying my computer and somehow a dvd player did not end up as part of the package), but from what I read about it, it sounds funny.

  2. Okay, so my heart was melting a little as I read this post.  So sweet! 
    My novel is taking a breather while I get adjusted to new work schedule, but once I get the auditng part of my job down, I should have plenty of hours to work on my book while getting paid to sit behind the hotel desk. 

  3. You are so sweet.  Love is grand and a wonderful Master Teacher.  I am happy for you and though I am sure you would make a wonderful Monk I hope that you will never have to face such an option.  May your love and relationship continue to be blessed and may it move in a direction that you two can be together. 
    hugs and blessings,
    Ashes  

  4. Novel? Ha! I can barely complete a short story without getting bored with it and eventually and abandoning it! One day…I will follow through and have my moment in the spotlight! Have you seen any of my short stories/poems? If you’re bored, I do encourage you to take a peep and perhaps leave a little advice for this amateur :o) http://www.writing.com/authors/xephyria

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