Sunday, December 07, 2008
I have has a good weekend. Mostly because it is the weekend. We woke up slowly Saturday and intertwined. It was a very nice quite time. I picked up the vibrator and snuggled back against Nick for a buzz. That was nice and we played a little longer. Slow, relaxing, connecting, it was a good morning.
My sister (MS) came to do some Christmas shopping. She and I get along well, although we aren’t extremely close. We had a really nice day. I finished my Christmas shopping and she and I have a great talk at lunch. We have recently sold our parents home. That was tough. Daddy had designed the house and they moved in in 1953 and live there until Mom died 50 years later. I have to pass the house everyday going to work and it feels so strange to see people there that are not family. Sigh… I hate growing up.
We had finished shopping and were relaxing at my house before supper last night when MS started laughing and said “Look at us!” I looked around the room and me and Nick and Mollie and MS were all diligently tapping away at our laptops! Four in one room all going strong all while we were visiting with one another. Times have changed. Oh and Eva, I have a confession – I let her stay in your and Adam’s room with out asking you. I hope that was alright.
This morning was another nice morning. When we woke this morning we just talked but it was such a good talk. We talked about when we were dating and what had attracted us to each other in the first place. I told him about the moment I actually fell in love with him. We laughed about the fact that no one would have ever called him romantic when we were dating but that now I think of him as very romantic. All he has to do is leave the cuffs on the bed or bring home an extra paint stick from the store and I just melt. But I have been unsettled lately and just that little bit of time talking quietly meant a lot to me. Strangely enough I almost feel like we are entering a new phase in our relationship. It’s been unbelievable wonderful for the last two and a half years but somehow I think it’s going to be even better.