Tuesday, November 28, 2006

But We're Friends... The End

I no longer question the purpose of our close relationship. Life is always full of lessons to be learned. After a few weeks of our “space”, we reconnected and began to talk; I had to return to my hometown once I got news of my father’s passing. He was there to pick me from the airport and take me to my parent’s house even at 1:30 am. Again nothing a true friend wouldn’t do.

The truth is our lives have moved in separate directions . He’s embarking on a new life in another state with his family and everything will be just peachy. Reality and the truth can wake you up like crisp and cold water to the face or perhpas more like sucking on frozen grapes...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm in awe. Truly in awe.

How do you do it though? How do you store those feelings in a place that allows you to realize the reality of the situation? Please let me know because I'm sorta going through the beginnings of a similar situation.

Nice succession of posts a.w.o.t.m. Great lesson/story.

T.C. said...

I have been waiting for the "ending" but I guess there isn't one...

I too am in awe...I have no words...I learn more and more about life, you and ME...every time I come to your spot...

Stay up, stay true, stay strong....

BluJewel said...

you've faced the reality that what you want isn't always what you get no matter how connected you are to someone. As I said before, the best part is that you have at least had the experience.

Views of Diversified Mind said...

Wow..isin't it crazy how things are. That is definitely a true friend to pick you up from the airport at 1:30 in the A.M. The experience is truly a situation not to be reckoned with. As I am sure I have stated before I do have an extremely similar situation. I have a very close friend, but not married. The crazy thing about it is that he lives with his children's mother; he has two children). We are very close. We became good friends and eventually crossed that line in which of course was not planned. We care deeply for each other. He is always there for me when I need him; literally and the same goes for me. He's like a best friend in a way. We can talk about anything and everything under the sun and even though he has a family we have both at one point expressed our feelings for each other and how we have soooo much in common. It's a beautiful thing to have that kind of connection with another being. I love him, but not to the point where im going crazy because he is not mine. If I or he were to relocate, he get married or something drastic happens where we have to separate I will be just fine; such as yourself. It's kind of like having a great friend/lover, etc and nothing is getting in the way such as arguments, finances, family issues, etc. so there is nothing that can tear the two of you apart, but separation so why cut it loose unless you ultimately have to. I know you don't want to hear it; none of us in situations that we are enjoying or keeping us occupied or company want to. Eventually.................ALL GOOD THINGS(OR THINGS WE THINK ARE GOOD) COME TO AN END....at one point in time.
Luv ya girl
P.S. I still want to take that trip with you in the Spring if your still up to it.

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