I hadn't realized how much I'd been needing to meet someone I might be able to say everything to. [Elizabeth Berg, Talk Before Sleep]
I’ve learned so much about what I need that I often wonder how I managed BEfore knowing this. And I suppose that explains a LOT of my unhappiness with Life, too. Having someone who I can say EVERYthing to, who doesn’t laugh, roll their eyes, or seem fidgety and impatient, this is NOT something I have really had.
And yet, cancer is teaching me far more about my needs and somedays I can actually see things from an entirely new perspective.
I will come back as a little breeze. You will feel me on your face, and you will know that I am still listening. So you can still talk to me. [Elizabeth Berg, Talk Before Sleep]
This describes what I think I have always BElieved. A person dies, or mayBE just is disappeared from my Life, [far more common in my experience] and I still feel him or her, just BEyond the shadow round the corner.
Sometimes my writing is my someone. Which I suppose would make YOU my someone by extension. Hmmmmmmm…
Sometimes it seems like a little moment brings a whole world with it. [Elizabeth Berg, True to Form]
I love you, Currie