Tuesday, March 25, 2008

{Who's & Later's}

spending the day with Action and his little friend in the "hood" running some errands, going to lunch at one of the best pizza places to eat here in ho-bunk (trust me, there are not too many places that I can say that about), and going to see "Horton Hears A Who" equalled a pretty groovy day. That was a great movie, it was a lot of fun to spend some quality time with the boy. It seemed like a reall long time since it was just he and I, even though he had a friend we seemed to just chat during lunch and I really just enjoyed that time together. I think I'll keep him....

I know that I've been blogging about my peachy pal and her departure to Japan, it seemed to be something that snuck up on me and then when it hit, it really stunk! But tonight they came over after their visit to the Land of Mouse for their last good-bye before their flight out tomorrow, but anyone that knows me knows that I cannot handle this, I don't do this well. I should be used to all of this because I am a military wife. This is par for the course, but this is not "par for the course that I am used to and probably never will. I hate this part. So, I have done what I can to protect myself emotionally from the good-bye's. I just don't say them, I say see you later. I know at some point I am going to see this wonderful family that we have fallen in love with later because I have to believe that, that is the only thing that makes this any easier.


Maggie said...

Parting is always hard for me as well.
Are you in Orlando? I am :)
Have a great day,

Colleen said...

Sounds like you had a great day! Glad the movie was good.

I know Japan seems so very far away, but as my dad told me when I went, it's only a phone call and a flight away!

Kazan said...

You know I live a kazzilion miles away from my friends and family and email is THE BEST thing ever. When we do see each other every 2 years it was like we never left..soooo keep up the friendship with your humorous writing skills (you friend will love it too!!)..and yes I did make my cake with that "cricut-thingie" you gotta get one :)