Monday, March 30, 2009

Going Home



I'm returning home tomorrow. Ten days is a long time to be away from home without my husband. I miss him terribly. Being married to your best friend does have advantages, but if you leave both your spouse and your best friend for a prolonged period of time you will experience a double dog dose of longing. It's easy to take such a relationship for granted, once you've been in it for many years. Being separated for over a week drives the point home, there is no relationship that compares to a fine marriage. My, don't I sound Biblical?

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5 comments:

cw2smom said...

How nice that you have that in your life! I am looking for something like that too! Enjoy your homecoming! Blessings, Lisa

Lauri Kubuitsile said...

How lovely. Have a lovely homecoming.

momcat said...

It does sound biblical but it also sounds like marriage was always meant to be. Well done to you and your hubby/best friend.

David Quiles said...

Elizabeth,

It sounds like the relationship I have with my wife. (Minus two kids.) Have a safe trip home.

GutsyWriter said...

My husband and I are rarely apart and I must say, the older I get, the more I think it would do us some good. Not that we don't get along, but I think you start to miss one another. Next month I'm in Sedona for 3 days with a girlfriend.