Comfort

The most comforting thing happened to me tonight. I was in the bathroom when I heard banging. My first instinct was that Joe was hitting a large spoon against Tupperware as he put away the leftovers.

I wasn’t scared. I didn’t instantly feel like my life was just about to change, that someone was coming into my home to take away all that I know and love, including the person most important to me. My heart didn’t start racing, I didn’t freeze in the moment to strategize my exit plan. I calmly turned off the bathroom light and went back to the living room.

It turns out I’m done feeling that way… and I hope to never feel that way again.

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2 thoughts on “Comfort

  1. I can never apologize enough I did what I had do it sucks now because I’m like five minutes from being homeless and you should call your blessings I know I suck you are so wonderful it could’ve been that bad in themselves sorry you were scared I will never forgive myself for that Amber Benson Kingsvale

  2. I don’t know what those last words were I’m just very upset that you are upset you’re my life I would give my life I would take a bullet for you and I will never forgive myself for what I did you love you

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