Being stuck at work knowing he was home was torture but I loved it. I kept catching myself with this huge grin throughout the day. At 5 I ran upstairs grabbed my bags, changed as quickly as I could only to run out the front door into a storm.
Now I don't know why but the people here seem to slow down to turtle speed, not slow enough to justify calling is snail speed, the second a rain drop appears. It's like they forget we spend more than half the year driving in snow and on black ice, a little rain is not a HUGE cause of concern.
So aside from the rain of course its 5pm prime time for traffic and with my luck I am getting stuck at every red light possible.Now I swear if there was a camera in my car this is the exact facial expression and hand gesture I would have been caught doing just about the whole drive. Just add a some long hair, minus the suit, dirty the car a little more et voila you would have moi.
It felt so great to see him I just couldn't let go. I also have to admit I secretly love the way he asked me if I missed him first, completely cleared my mind of thinking he didn't miss me, well that and everything else he said and did.
He was home for 2 days, we didn't do much just enjoyed each others company. Went out for dinner, I gave him his belated birthday presents, and baked him...errr under baked him... brownies as a birthday cake.
His leave starts tomorrow and I am excited. It's going to be so nice to have him home for a month. I took a week off to spend with him and now I'm trying to come up with a list of things to do so far I've got
- Water park
- Nice restaurant
- Mini putt
Well I over ate on sushi and am officially exhausted so I'm off to roll myself into bed