Well - Chesie and I are friends again. It took a couple of weeks to get comfortable with each other - that's not surprising - there were a lot of emotions running around through both of us. It was an intense relationship and so it needed some time to find a new balance. I am very glad though- I love Chesie and want us to be friends - I am happy we are.
Chesie is building a new house for himself over on Maupiti - one of our islands - a very nice house since Chesie is a great builder. It is nice to stop over now and then to say HI, give him a kiss, get his opinion on my latest shopping for myself disaster, see how he is doing. This morning I showed him my "return to neko island" look - it is rather a disaster i think - and Chesie was very nice. He said - "well it is a bit extreme - sort of "bang - I'm here - but nice." Hmmm - i think i should tone it down a bit. I'll put a pic right here so you can advise. Let me know what you think.
Speaking of love affairs and partnerships finding their way back to friendships, it is in the natural order of things - when something stops, there is a bit of a throwing around of stuff inside. think of a car hitting a wall and stopping. it is a jolt. but hopefully the air-bags deploy and everyone gets out safely, hugs and kisses and makes sure no bones are broken, and then gets on the bus after the tow truck pulls the car away.
As Christmas continues to draw near, it is nice to reflect on that. Love is what is important - not how you express it but just that you feel it and show it to the people about whom you care.
The fourth Sunday in Advent is coming - Christmas is almost here. Can't you just taste the egg-nog :)