From a story I’m writing: “Yesterday, I saw Peter standing across the room. We were in a movie theater. Seeing him from far away made me remember how much I love him. Somehow, it made him less accessible and more precious.
I was proud of him.
While we watched the movie I remembered how I used to often think about what I could do for him and how I could make him happy every day.
I decided to try to remember to do this again.”
What is it about seeing my husband in a different setting or around different people that makes me love him so much more in that moment?
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