11/30 - INHALING CHANGES AS LONG AS WE SENSE THEM

11/30 - INHALING CHANGES AS LONG AS WE SENSE THEM












































He comes from work straight into the living room to touch my cheeks with his lips, all happy with himself, a little sweaty, with disorganized collar but seriously, not even joking, in his most handsome self (there are those handsome sides of my husband I cherish but favour only a few... and yes, you guessed it, the sweaty one completes me). That evening I followed him curiously to the bathroom and as welcome as I felt this awful humid environment didn't do me any good but I stayed for a quick chat nonetheless. Nothing out of ordinary, this is our fairiest location for a discussion after a long day at work, me leaned over a door-frame gesticulating ridiculously and him shouting over the hot streams of water. Normalcy. That evening, before any of it commenced I looked at him the way I find myself looking at him lately. It is such a weird way to say but I said I was glad to be able to recognize him changing. I know how rude I was by saying it but I really and positively find my husband's evolving features a miracle. You know, we might wake up by each other's side in thirty years time asking terrifyingly: 'what has happened to us?' Instead I want to pause at occasions to admire his changing jawline and hairline. I imagine reminiscing those exact moments when he was so young and perfectly shaven before each of our dates I could mistaken it for my skin, flirtatiously pouting his full lips when looking my side. The ability to remember him exactly as he is now - masculine with greying skull, so serious at times, still with this funny spark in his blue eyes. I'm ready for him appearing different, I'm hungry for the facial features exhausted with youth settling down at my loving glimpse. I hope I'll always remember this boy, this man, the textures, the smell. Changes I've contributed to.      

On the contrary, he still finds me that delicate, young girl he met a long time ago. Don't ever let go of that impression, Damian. xx

^^ This post is part of my 30 day Blogging challenge this time asking about the participant's relationship. Because I've opened up about mine before I thought I tell you this instead. Hope you liked it. x ^^

10 comments:

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  2. Such a beautiful post expressing your feelings :) thanks for sharing!!

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  3. LOVED this. I think we're often so concerned about our own appearance changing that we don't notice that our spouse's appearance is changing too. Beautiful couple.

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    1. Thank you, Lindsay.
      I've started noticing changes, I'm analyzing things around me. It's great to find details but sometimes a little bit scary. Maybe I'll write more about it in a post? Lots of love to you xxx

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  4. perfect style <3
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  5. I don't mind changing as long as you describe it this way - masculine and with funny spark in the eye. xx

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    1. And I don't mind discovering it. I actually find it amazing because it's you I'm learning about. xx

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