Nothing in Particular  

rm_Sallypus 52F
1056 posts
2/19/2006 4:05 pm

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Nothing in Particular

Love should be easy...I've always counselled that to my clients. Sure...there is alot of work involved in loving someone...but if and when you get it right...it's easy.

Of course, the trick is to get it right...and that doesn't just involve finding the right person to love. So much depends on you. I know this...and it is so cool to finally have met someone who knows it too.

Our love is easy. Sure...we do alot of work in the relationship at times...but there's no competition, wonderful and thorough communication, and a soul reaching desire/need to love and nurture and support the other.

I think if I were asked to describe my trip to Long Beach and my time with my man...I would have to say it was easy. Yes, it was intense and fun...oh...so much laughing and playing...and parts were sad. At times we were nervous and unsure and at times life interferred with us. But regardless...it was easy. No cross words, no fighting, no drama, no tension, no anger, no frustration...except for the healthy kind *weg*.

I stayed for six weeks...a long enough period to see the other person as they really are. Although we already knew how we were...this just confirmed it for us. We've always been honest and always strived to help the other understand who and what we are...and strived to understand who and what the other is. Like I said...we've done and do alot of work...but it is effortless and joyous.

I was tired when I arrived...and we spent the first week sleeping...and making love *lol*. I had no real desire to see the sights...do the tourist thing. We were both so content in each others company...a nice boring old couple *lol*. We followed each other round like lost puppy dogs...not wanting to let the other out of our sight *lol*. Constantly touching.

I got to meet my daughter...Hannah. I'd seen pictures, of course...but this was our first meeting. Hannah is the poster child for ADHD...I'd been warned. She is nearly twelve months old and has a brindled coat...cross Boxer and Lab...with a bit of Springbok thrown in. I've never seen a dog leap like she does. I don't mean jump...but leap. She springs from all fours and covers amazing distances. And she never stops...constantly moving. She will cover your face with kisses...jump down and find a sock to carry around in her mouth...leap across the coffee table onto the lounge...and then commence with the face licking again.

We will be shipping Hannah over here...she'll most likely go as excess baggage *lol*. It can cost a fortune for dogs to migrate...and because we don't have rabies here, she'll have to be quarantined for anywhere up to four months. It will end up costing as much for her as it will to ship furniture over *lol*.

She has a big brother waiting for her here in Australia. Zac is my Newfoundland...big and black and a gentle soul. He weighs a good 180lbs and is over six foot when standing on his back legs. He hasn't finished growing yet...he'll thicken out some more and probably hit 200lbs. Zac has webbed toes and loves the water. His coat is waterproof and he floats *lol*. The two of them are going to get up to so much mischief.

As will their parents *lol*.


interested13563 53M
2557 posts
2/19/2006 4:18 pm

Sally, your description of your trip and your relation
is very comforting to the readers. You have put things
very nicely and clearly. And I agree so much with you
on the topic of "easiness" when things are right. I am
honestly happy that things are going so well in your life.


Kaliedascope61 41M
4084 posts
2/19/2006 4:40 pm

Have you seen the new crossbreeds coming out of australia? there poodle lab mixes...the big poodle. I saw a big special on television about them.


rm_PurryKitty2 48M/49F
9753 posts
2/19/2006 5:24 pm

I love newfies!!!

Purry {=}

Purry


rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
2/19/2006 9:52 pm

*sigh* i hope i find such easiness in myself one day...



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yesman1500 56M
2 posts
3/4/2006 4:30 pm

Well FreeLove ,I think it starts with accecptance... Of yourself, of what others say....who cares what they think. It is none of your business what they think, just focus on your goodness & let others do what they do.
As we get older we realize that we only get one life & it is really short if you get hungup in it.
Be free & relaxed to do as you feel.
If you want to talkmore about it or anything else... send me a line... & enjoy this wonderful gift we have which is life


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