...in that shadow but i put that undue pressure on myself. we are quite different and those differences are to be exercised to the fullest and enjoyed.
i am not sure i could have ever come to appreciate this without having moved to another state(physically and emotionally). i have grown to understand that it is our different qualities that make us more compatible. we balance each other out. you can't have too much of the same thing without tipping the scale.
thank you , my sister , my friend for some of the most precious days i will always have tucked in my most special, sacred memories.
i was treated like a queen(i do have a bit of a diva in me). a beautiful guest quarters made me feel right at home.
the food was, as always, better than a five star hotel. made with fresh ingredients from the garden, and the perfect spices and herbs only a seasoned cook would use. then a simple beautiful presentation from the artistic chef, herself.
the company was an unexpected treat of very relaxed sharing, laughing, revisiting old memories and of course catching up.
thank you my sister, my friend for always being there for me and inspiring me to be a better person. i deeply love you and love what you bring to my life. i always learn something very insightful about myself and my world after being around you.
i am still trying to take it all in and hopefully fully process it.
thank you my sister, my friend!
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