I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Piece Of Me

I have been in Idaho now for almost 5 days. . . so that is 5 days I have been away from Bryan. I am beginning to feel like a piece of me is missing. As much as I get sick of spending my days alone while he has school and work, I cannot be away from him for more than a few hours before I miss him. I don't miss him now as much as I know I will in another 5 days, another week, another 10 days . . . but I started to miss him the moment he kissed me goodbye and I had to walk through airport security without him. I am missing my pug, Bella, as well~

Idaho is cold, but not too bad. I haven't fit a horse ride in yet, but I am sure tomorrow night will be a good time to go. I have been busy catching up and laughing with friends and family. I spent some time with my sister and sister in law and we had some good laughs :) Nikkii shared with me a funny new saying I will have to incorporate. When you say something or someone else says something that is innocent (or not) she says "If you know what I mean" followed by "I think you do" It is funny! Just thought someone might enjoy that little silly thing as much as we did "If you know what I mean" :)

Well, I don't want to bore anyone. . .although if you're bored reading this you probably didn't even read this far anyway~ Have you told your family you love them today? Better yet. . .have you shown your family you love them today?

Night~

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2 comments:

bo said...

I tell my family I love them by not strangling them when I see them. That'll have to do.

Denise Fahr said...

With April being National Organ Donation Awareness Month I posted on my FB profile:

April is Organ Donor Awareness Month! Hit the "Like" button if you are an organ donor! :)

This should help people realize the importance and remind them when they update their drivers license that the can change their option and become a donor (if they want to).

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