Comfort

Couple in Romantic Embrace

He woke up late.

Typically an early riser, He had been up for hours in the night for no apparent reason. He finally slothed out of bed at 7am, put on coffee and showered.

He checked His emails. 26 from one client. All negative with a last pointed one leveling a personal attack on His competency and character. That one was marked “Urgent” as if assailing His ego was the most important piece of information to convey.

Not much made Him angry. He was fuming.

He wanted Her. Just a lingering hug. Just Her compassionate ear while He vented. But She was 100 miles away at Her office. He aired His frustrations in an email and went about His day. By 7pm He was finally done working, spent.

His chest ached for the push of Her’s against it, His arms enveloping Her. The smell of Her hair as He nuzzled against her neck.

Once She came in, She called. It wasn’t the same as Her touch, Her smell, but it was much needed solace. She listened. She cared. It was a warm hug.

They talked about Her week as well. Better than His, though with frustrations of its own. Partnership.

They made plans to be together over the weekend. He looked forward to it, to Her voice, Her touch, Her smell, Her body. Laughter. Joy.

The good times with Her were always amazing. Her care, Her love made even the bad times a fuzzy memory.

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30 Comments on “Comfort”

  1. Sabiscuit says:

    It’s good to have a warm hug from the ones we care about when we need them most. I hope your weekend will be warm.

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  2. I’m glad you survived. The night that is. After my advice I mean.

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  3. You made me grateful that I live with my loved one. Glad you guys will have a weekend together.

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  4. Have a Wonderful Weekend and Be Nice to Dr Meg. Remember, she could kill you and make it look like an accident. I think she would brag about it, but she could cover it up if she wanted. 🙂

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  5. Whew, you’re back. I get FK withdrawal when you don’t post all the time. Loving the collaboration with Meg, hope you’re feeling better and have a wonderful weekend coming up!

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