Continuing to count the gifts….
1. My wedding ring
2. the glow of the fire burning in our wood stove
3. homemade applesauce
While you were on the other side of the world…
I baked cookies, bread, and muffins too.
I roasted a pumpkin to use for making bread or muffins or a pie. Roasted the seeds too. Cut up apples and made some delicious applesauce.
Took out my crock pot and made the most amazing ham and bean soup.
I searched my cookbooks and on the internet too, looking for more recipes of good things to make.
I watched all 22 episodes of Revenge on Netflix.
I watched the football game with you via Skype! I know I watched you, more than I watched the game.
I went shopping, and wandered around and around the store wondering why they were already playing Christmas music when it was only the first week of November!
I spent a wonderful day with our grandkids. All day, just the 3 of us! We played with play doh, colored, had a tea party, laughed, and talked about life! We went to the movies, ate pop corn and watched “Wreck-it Ralph“.
I heard your voice this morning tell me that you love me. The last time I will hear your voice for about 20 hours, as you “wing” your way back to me.
But more than anything else, what I’ve done the most since you’ve been gone….is fall more in love with you!
Counting the hours until I see you again!
You have been my friend," replied Charlotte. "That in itself is a tremendous thing." —E.B. White Charlotte's Web
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