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Re: My T (what else?) JenStar

Posted by 10derHeart on May 30, 2005, at 14:42:18

In reply to Re: My T (what else?) 10derHeart, posted by JenStar on May 26, 2005, at 0:28:23

> hi 10der Heart,
> that's a cool story!
>
> would you ever sit in "his" seat?
> Or if you saw him again, would it be OK to go up and say hi?
>
> Wishing you lots of happy booth viewing...
>
> JenSTar

Sorry, Jen...I apparently forgot to answer you. Oops...

Hmmm, I guess I could sit there. Never thought of it, really. Interesting. I think I can reminisce better looking toward that way, though.

Gosh, a big part of me wishes he lived around here so at least there'd be a remote chance I'd see him again :-( He lives on the West Coast now, and I live in the midwest. But, I am very blessed - we have been in touch by email for over 8 months. He helped me through a rough transition after he left, before I decided to find the T. I have now. He's quite wonderful, actually.

You just never know. He lives in a city I have ties to - some friends live there, and my daughter's brother-in-law, too. It's not out of the question I would visit that city one day again. If so, I think I would ask him if we could meet for a few minutes - nothing extensive or remotely therapeutic (although the experience would be for me, anyway) - just like 20 minutes near his work or something. I suppose he might refuse, and that would be sad, but I would ask. He's such a delightful, calming, positive person to be around.

Writing this, I see it's better he is so far away physically now. The feelings aren't yet all the way put in their proper place, so to speak. The bonding with my current therapist and my moving on with the other aspects of my life is much better served, I think. But, I can say that a lot easier than others who miss their T's terribly because I get to talk to him a couple times a month (more sometimes) by email. I know I have an incredibly wonderful situation, and I will be eternally grateful he was so willing to handle things this way.

(that was so long...sorry)
Thanks for asking!! :-)

 

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