There is always laundry to do, if you run, if you leave, after awhile there will be laundry there.
I have a knowledge of what it is to live in a city where you don't know anyone and all you have is your close family.
And now I'm going back to Portland for 2 weeks. I'm going to be away from my husband for 2 weeks, and my little baby boy.
Because my husband can't travel to the US, he's not legal there. And I'm not gone yet and today I already miss him.
Why does it take these circumstances to bring the apreciation of things back to you?
Why do things lose their lackluster when there is nothing to break up the monotony?
Cold Portland or Tropical Puerto Vallarta you need those interruptions, from work, grocery shopping, laundry, dinner, feeding the children, everything, you need something to slap you accross the face, so you can REMEMBER:
THIS IS IT!
THIS IS FABULOUS!
CHERISH THIS MOMENT!
I thought, in that moment, I have to remember this, I have to record this moment, etch it into my mind, because it will leave and I will forget.
There will always be more laundry and dishes, BUT THIS, THIS IS WHAT COUNTS!
The song The Scientist fromt he Wicker Park soundtrack, always makes me FEEL. If you like romantic stories with longing, you have to see the movie Wicker Park.