My wife came home from work this evening and started talking about reading something and that she has to write 10 things she’s grateful for in regards to something that is bothering her.
For example. The move from Calgary to Toronto and leaving her family there has bothered her. Now she has to come up with 10 good things for being in Toronto.
Well, she goes it’s difficult to think of anything. Wow, I’m thinking in my head! So I blurt out, what about the weather. She goes not this year!
I guess leaving Calgary is really bothering her on the inside and that is too bad. Emotionally being stuck in a place and time isn’t healthy for anyone. I understand women think very differently then men. I tried suggesting a few more things and she asked me not to.
All I know is that she’s an integral part of my life and I’m grateful she’s been there through the good and the bad times. I can’t say I understand her half the time, but the times I do, she’s been the one I can depend on. More so, she was the caring light in the darkest days of my life.
I appreciate her loss and I hope she finds peace within herself and overcomes this regret of leaving Calgary to be here in Toronto. After all, it is a pretty nice place to live in and there is a pretty-nice-young-handsome-man she lives with 🙂
God Bless, Jas