I miss my honey
It was productive day, my studies went well, and I talked many small tasks. Though, by 4 pm I missed St dearly. The ten days I spent at his place has set a rythme for both of us. Our habits naturally blended together, and it felt like we always coexisted. Now, being apart feels lonely.
I didn’t expect merging with St so quickly, nether did he. We’re both surprised at how natural it has been to integrate eachother in our lives. Compatibility definitely helps, yet there’s more to this union. There’s a sense of always have been together. A flow. A serenity. It’s awesome.
We’re compensating for the physical distance with our evening phone chats. We often just do what we need to do not even speaking, but knowing we are somehow side by side in sounds. I’m typing my blog as his washing the dishes like we would have if we were together in person. Simple pleasures.
Humans are social animals. Our entire health revolves around company. It’s incredibly that even the impression of company can create a sense of calm, and happy. As much as I believe singlehood needs to be celebrated, and respected. I also accept that I have deep social needs.
I’m in the first stage of my relationship with St. We want to be together all the time. In the future, healthy individuality will start emerging. For now, I want to enjoy my honeymoon phase.