Yesterday morning, I gave you one last hug So sad to see you go I don't know how I will make it through the day without you
But life's drum beats on, I must endure Your absence Leaving a void in my world
I know you'll be back, but I fear it won't be the same Between us Already, I find that I didn't commit you completely to my memory
We'll both find others to fill the lonely nights Poor substitutes For the love we have together My heart aches, my tears fall down, Staining my silk blouse
I miss you
The Mister is on his out of town assignment. I miss them both.
They'll be back tonight, and repeat their departure for work on Monday.
I've donated my beloved laptop to The Mister.
Don't worry, upon our reunion, I'll be checking to see if he's besmirching my Internet history with inappropriate material.
I already know that The Mister will be spending his free time wasting his free time playing games online, just like I doreading compelling text to increase his already impressive scope of knowledge, in an effort to solve all the world's problems.
The Boy and I will hold down the fort at home in the interim...and eat a lot of food that is high in saturated fat, and low in nutritional value.
My first big task? Mastering the intricacies of the alarm clock so The Boy can get out of my hair for several hours continue to take advantage of the totally inadequate stellar Special educational system in our school district.