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Dear Susan Susan47

Posted by Damos on October 16, 2006, at 17:21:04

In reply to Dear Atticus, posted by Susan47 on October 7, 2006, at 14:15:22

Dear Sweet Susan,

Dear lady, it has been too long, and for that I am sorry. I miss you. This is entirely selfish but I don't want you to leave us just yet as we haven't talked long enough, or deep enough - not even nearly. There is so much more to you that I'd like to take a long time getting to know. Depths to you I've yet to experience. Ways of being we've yet to explore. I believe in you so much Susan, just so very much. I know it's been a long hard road with lots of ups and downs, but it's been a pleasure to walk it with you. Wish I knew a way to soothe your hurts and ease your pain - wish that so much.

Susan, you are one of my very first babble firends and I will always be grateful for all that we've shared - always.

I went sailing for the first time last week. Just hope you felt me wishing you there. We were on a 40ft Jeanneau out on the harbour. It was the most beautiful day 33 C (92 F), cloudless, the sky was an amazing azure, and the breeze was deliciously light. Spent most of the day on the port ropes and winches and on the helm. The skipper was about my dads age and said "for someone who's never sailed before you've got a good feel for the breeze", so different to anything my dad would've said. Was wishing you there so hard. Imagining you there sipping champagne, just being, forgetting all about life's cr*p for a bit.

Sorry you're so far away. Please stay with us 'cause I'd miss you a lot.






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