Monday, March 05, 2007

Can you spare a shoulder?

It's late. I have to get up early. I can't sleep. Tim leaves in the morning and I didn't expect to feel so sad but I do. I've been with him 24 hours a day 7 days a week since December and now he's leaving for 3 whole months.

On a happy note. My son and a friend were riding with my son's girlfriend when her tire blew. The boys changed the tire and got her back on the road. That made me happy. My son shows every day in more and more ways that he is a man now. I think that caring for his girlfriend has made that more pronounced.

I watched the film about them finding the tomb of Jesus and his family tonight. I found the conversation that followed, hosted by Ted Koppel, with the filmmaker and some theologians more interesting than the documentary. How the story impacts people is interesting to me and how they articulate it is especially interesting to me. I, personally, have no problem with the idea of them finding Jesus' bones. In fact, I would welcome it. It would strengthen my faith. But I am certainly aware that it would impact others differently.

Thanks for the shoulder. I feel better. I think I'll go crawl back into bed and see if I can't get a little sleep.

Goodnight my sweet friends.

16 comments:

Isabelle said...

Sending you some hugs! ((((Lisa))))
I hope you are sleeping now. I'll be thinking of you today.
Sending you our morning sunshine! I wish you were here to see it. It's 9 am here.
((((Lisa))))

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Hang in there. I understand, believe me... I have walked in your shoes and undertsand the rollercoaster of emotions that a separation like this can unleash. Keep busy...hugs!

Me said...

a shoulder and a big soft hug. Take care...call if you need.

Gemma said...

Hugs Lisa....hopefully you'll be busy creating and the time will pass quickly.
xo

Julie H said...

Heh Lisa, Just checking in for the first time in a while - and sending you a hug, and the shoulder too.

What lovely gifts you have recieved from Lisa!

And, your light switch covers are FABULOUS-are you using them? Or just for art? I am inspired.

BlueJude said...

Awwww....I feel so bad. It will get better. Stay busy creating and blogging. Big blog hugs from bluejude!!

LisaOceandreamer said...

Awe Lisa, I know it's going to be sad(G was gone 5 days and the house seemed so empty) - but I bet if you really busy yourself with all your wonderful projects the time will pass quickly...and talk on the phone alot so you are each caught up with your days! (not the same I know, but it helps)
We're all here to keep you company!
Your son really sounds like quite a great guy!
XOXO

Sioux said...

Lots of ((((HUGS)))) and Kisses XXXX. I know you will miss him. that is so hard, but you'll do fine.

miss*R said...

it is the same with me - as much as I relish time by myself, I miss my mate.. I miss knowing that I can run to him if there is a problem or I am scare - yep, that is my inner child - I am here anytime, just email me xoox

lia said...

oh, I wish you well and that the time goes quickly for you. I know that once you get used to it, it will be ok and then he's be home before you know it. once when my hub. left for a while, I was sad, but then by the second or third night I was liking the staying up late and watching shows I liked with TOTAL control of the remote! yay. lol. mooohaa haa..ok, hope I made you laugh. email me anytime. I am sure you will keep busy. xo Lia

lia said...

p.s. I really like the soft blue background of your blog..pretty and soothing..xo

Emma said...

((LISA)) I know how you feel with the loneliness. My Beloved travels for work regularly, and I always miss him terribly.

Your boys sound just wonderful.

Emma

Terri /Tinker said...

Here's a shoulder and lots of these ((((hugs))) - take as many as you need! xo

smilnsigh said...

I didn't get here to offer a shoulder, last night. But mine is available this morning. {{{{{{Lisa}}}}}}

Mari-Nanci

Vintage Wine said...

I can always spare a shoulder Lisa. Hope you're feeling less sad now... You're lucky to have someone to love & to miss (and who most certaintly return those feelings). Even though it's hard when the ones you love have to go away for a while, you wouldn't not want to have someone to love and to miss. Right?
But that doesn't make it any easier and perhaps it's only mean of me to put it like that. But I hope you realize that I'm not trying to tell you that it's not alright to be sad!

I better stop myself right now because I'm to exhausted to know what I mean to say ;-)

Lots of love,
Elisabeth

Dotee said...

Am sorry to hear you have been feeling blue missing Tim.

It must be a big adjustment after spending so much time together.

Am sending you a kiss and a hug (and can always send Ronnie and Esmeralda over to keep you company - they told me they would like to visit your part of the world!).

Love you xoxoxo