Come Home

I am more than ready for Ian to come home now. I don’t like being without my best friend, especially when I’m feeling inadequate to the tasks before me. He is my touchstone, my haven, my serenity.

One Response to “Come Home”

  • tshuma
    March 13, 2009 at 7:49 pm

    I can only imagine how hard it is, feeling in need of your best friend’s support, and having to keep up the brave and together mom face at the same time. I felt a tiny bit like that when B was in Europe during my dead week and final examinations last term, and I didn’t even have kidlings to care for.

    *hug* I know it won’t pass quickly enough, but I hope it passes soon.


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