- Gender and Relationships
61 "When You Feel Lonely, Write"
Seperation is tough.
When You Feel Lonely, Write
She is in California and I am in Colorado. There are times when I really feel lonely and I have found that the best medicine for the loneliness is to write. So, here is a little something I wrote on one of those really lonely mornings. Times like this make me think of the song “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down”.
My world seems a world away.
Here it is another Sunday morning without the one I love. We have been apart for well over six months now and my mornings and nights and even the days for that matter, seem to get emptier every day.
On this morning it seems even lonelier than any others so far. As I take my best friend and buddy for his morning walk it feels as though there is no one in the whole world. In the early morning, the sun just rising, there is snow lightly falling and a breeze blowing, causing the snow to snake over the streets with no cars to disturb the slithering movement.
I can’t help to think that I made a mistake moving three states away and leaving her to let her get her life and work in order so that she can join me at a later date.
I know that with one phone call from her that the lonely feeling will subside, at least for awhile. Just the sound of her voice on the phone is reassuring and always makes things better.