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|There are few things in life I hold precious.
The writings of my husband stir my soul, filling me with a desire to create
beautiful words like unto his. I treasure each one as it makes its way to
my hand, and my heart. Here are some thoughts of his, written late one night
in May 2004 while he was in Georgia.
My love for you across the miles has not waned.
But for your absence and the absence of our children here
Perhaps it's best that I'm not so endowed.
If I were blessed to not need to labor for our family,
How I long to be there if I could, and will in any way I can
When our friendship was first beginning, my writings tended to be full
of negative emotion and typical teenage drama. Richard encouraged me to
try to write about the beautiful, uplifting and encouraging. He’s
still pushing me to not just see the light but to write it down. It’s
much easier to write pessimistically; I don’t have to worry about
sounding sappy or trite. Using the tried and blue method, I can simply
reach out and touch that bad day in everyone. Accentuating the positive
is hard enough without worrying that I’m not punctuating it properly
either! I’m still trying to find my voice, and they say the best
way to do that is to keep on speaking. Er, writing. Until next time, Téa
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