Sunday, October 26, 2008

I Ain't Missin' You at All

I miss quite a few of my friends in Cali. Some of the best people to ever be in my life still reside in California. My trade off, of course, is that I'm here in the mid-west and much closer to family. So, when I say what I'm about to say, please know that I miss you all!

There are a few people that I feel too far away from now that I've moved to Missouri.

The first is a long-time friend who continues to stay in touch. In fact, we reciprocate regularly. I miss her smiling face. Although we chat a lot, even when I lived there I didn't see her often. But when we did spend time together we always had a wonderful wine-filled evening. She's raising a little one now and I miss the opportunity to see her body language when she tells me stories about her daughter. Thanks for the house-warming/bday cookies and chocolates, hun!

The other is also a long-time friend. Her and I have known each other and shared many experiences together since college. I worry about her because she has a tendency to get lost once in awhile. Lost in life, that is. The last time we saw each other she initiated an unexpected kiss. I've always wondered if there was more between us and I've said to her that I would like to pursue something deeper between us. But it just never seems to happen. She's out on the market again and I've told her that I'll turn the lighthouse on for her in case she finds herself adrift at sea.

Finally, I miss my T and my HB! Smooch!


Anonymous said...

Cali and your ladies miss you more.....but so wonderful to read about how happy you are in your new digs. I hope KC knows how lucky they are to have you

Robert Zamees said...

It was so nice to rap with you on the phone this morning, HB! WOOT! WOOT! I promise to keep writing as long as you keep reading!