|now it's really real
||[Jun. 29th, 2008|08:25 am]
Just dropped Ferrett off at the airprt. Six weeks without my sweetie. I feel sort of ridiculous, complaining about it - after all, it's not like he's going off to war for an eighteen month stint. He'll be having fun and learning new skills and it will be awesome. |
But I'm gonna miss him. Even though I have plenty to do and lots of friends eager to keep me company, life's just not the same when your honey isn't around.
now is the time to break out all the things you usually cant eat.....because the hubby steals them.
More like rewatch all the movies he can't believe I can watch over and over and over.
While working on the Neverending Project. Boy, life will be awesome when I get that done.
My boy has been on the road for seven weeks, and is likely to be away for another three months.
Man, I wish i could launch the husband somewhere for six weeks. Longer if possible.
But I guess it's different when you like each other and stuff.
Yeah, it makes rather a difference....
I hear you. I've only been out in CA for 5 full days, and Steve is already asking when I am coming home (3 more weeks!) I suppose the sad part is even though I am having a lot of fun with my family and friends here, I want to go home, too.
I want him to have a great time - it's an amazing opportunity.
But I will miss him.
I know--the hard part is the first couple of days, when you can't quite figure out what to do with yourself.
I have a lot of work to do, so that will get me through that at least.
Hugs - I can relate - brian1789
is going to be away for that amount of time as well, beginning tomorrow. (He does come back for 2 days midway, thankfully, but still, it'll be 6 weeks mostly without him).
I understand completely - not wanting to be away from Jer and my doggies is what motivated me to choose Native North American cultures as my area of focus. At the most, I might have to go and spend a couple months with a Native group, but at least I'll be close enough to visit home on weekends.
That definitely will be easier than Africa or New Zealand, certainly!
Go on and pout, you've earned the right, I think. :-)
And then fantasize about the freedom.....err...I mean the reunion. Yeah, the reunion. :-D
I won't pout the whole time. I promise.
My wife and I get along best when I'm on the road. Go figure.
I know how it feels- I'm spending all summer away from my boyfriend, and while I feel bad because I hadn't been home for more than a week in 2 years, I still miss him a lot. :(