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We talked about it today and laughed and laughed

Posted by madeline on May 8, 2006, at 20:03:14

In reply to Re: I'm glad your head didn't blow up :), posted by happyflower on May 8, 2006, at 17:17:48

I'm really stunned at how positively this all has turned out.

We really cracked each other up today actually. I told him that seeing him there was like observing a new species in its native habitat.
We are both wildlife lovers, so I think he got the humor in it. "Be very quiet, you don't want it to startle and run away". So funny.
I thought he was going to die laughing and his laughing just made me crack up too.

But there are several things that just give me the "warmies" on the inside:

He smiled when he saw me in the restaurant. It was a huge smile. He was glad to see me. I asked how anyone could be glad to see me knowing what he knows about me. He says that knowing my story has only made him a better person.

He is alright. I'm not hurting him by laying all this on him. He goes about his business (eating lunch and all)and is fine. He is just fine. I haven't damaged him. I know that seems like a small thing, but for me it was HUGE. He's okay, he can handle it.

He respected me enough not to barge in on me and my friend and introduce himself as my psychiatrist. It's like he held the bond that we have sacred and he's not going to blab it around to everyone. He's going to hold it.

He's just a man, a human being. No stronger, no weaker than your average man. If he can hold my "secrets" then maybe some other man can as well.

I wish I had bumped into him years ago "out in the wilds".




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