I'm choosing the category "Words." And I'm going to list those three little words--> I Love You.
Mr. Skittles had to go have a procedure done this morning. I didn't think I was going to be able to go with him due to my panic attacks. My daughter came to drive him just in case I couldn't. (I explain all this part in the post below this one.)
It was touch and go right up to the last second. I was certain I wasn't going to be able to go outside. Then I looked at this man who I know, without a doubt, would walk through fire for me.
I put on my coat and went with him.
How sweet :)
Yay for you! Great three words! I maybe did mine wrong. I listed three things instead of three words. I guess that's okay, though. Right? LOL!
I am so glad you were able to take him...I am sure it meant a lot to him...and three better words were never spoken....I am sure he Loves you to.....
Good for you. The power of love worked things out for both of you.
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I had panic attacks for many many years - bad ones- medications helped and talking theraphy. and then one day they just stopped. A very movingpost. I shall think of it all day ..sandy
Those are THE MOST important three words.
Ewwwwwwww, they wanted me to have one of those colon-jammers, and I refused. I'm NOT gonna go through it. He was brave.
Mine this week is ALL IN THE FAMILY for me.
Have a great Tuesday.
Way to go!! It's amazing the things we can do in the name of love. I pray his test results come back just fine.
you know how I feel....:)
Good for you! (And kudos to your daughter.)
Always good to get that colonoscopy behind you... no, wait, that didn't come out right... no, wait....
I'll bet you being there made it so much easier for him. Yay for you! and a hug.
Awws ... how sweet!
I'm sure he doesn't need to hear those three words anymore ...
I've have been thinking about you ever since I read the first part of this. I have to say, I'm very proud of you! True love! And I'm sure he appreciates it even more knowing how difficult it was for you.
PS: Colon cancer is the most curable with early detection. If I had waited until my 50th birthday, I wouldn't be here. Everyone should have one by 40. (Yes, I am the colon cancer poster child)
Love makes you do things you never thought you could.
Barb, this is one of the best posts ever! I really mean that. It may not be a long post, but the emotion and the point that it makes brought tears to my eyes.
That is definitely true love! You and Mr. Skittles are so lucky to have one another.
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