Yor Ryeter

[1: 528 of 10,000] What Part Did I Start Loosing You?

In Short Story on January 29, 2012 at 4:01 AM

Brent and I are facing one another. Still too hurt to start talking about our true feelings. We have been separated for a month living in different hotels because we are too drained to stay in our own home.

Is it right that we are finally doing this? To talk.

Is it better that we didn’t have a child? Easier.

My thoughts are so busy that I almost didn’t catch his first question –

“Reese, what part did I start loosing you?” his eyes were loving and I almost want to cry and hug him.

“What part did I start loosing you too?” I also asked.

“I don’t want to stop loving you, I never did, but I thought you were going further away I started to find you from somewhere else,” he said with all honesty.

“I also thought wrong that you don’t love me anymore. I stop myself showing you that I care, that I love you,” I also admit.

We both sigh, now tears linger at the corner of our eyes.

Without words, he reached for my hands and hold it like he won’t let it go.

“I miss you,” he said with a cracking voice, “Wait, that is not the bottom line, I am here because I love you and I don’t want us to break-up, I don’t want us to be not married. I love you that I want us to work out our relationship,” he finished.

I closed my eyes and let his words sink in. I start to remember our fights and they all seems silly now. I hear him saying he loves me and none of my excuses of not showing I care matter.

“I love you too. The thought of me signing a divorce paper is not even an option.”

“Can we go home now? Together?”

“Let us make it work.”

We stood from our seat and left the restaurant.

The waitress serving them smiled and her co-worker caught her.

“Did they finally work out things?” he asked.

“Yes, and it was the most amazing one hour without talk and for 10 minutes they walked out as a refreshed married couple.”

“Have you been eavesdropping the whole time?”

“No, I’ve been hoping all married couple work out a relationship by being honest and be loving.”

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