Obviously, I have Thanksgiving on my mind!
I’ve not been feeling very well at all the past few days. I’ve lost the battle with the cough that I’ve been fighting. It’s moved into my chest and I don’t have much energy to speak of. I just feel like laying on the couch and well that’s about it. So far today, I’ve watched a movie and read a few post from other bloggers.
I talked my wife into laying on the couch and taking a nap with me. Laying there I could hear her heart beating. I thought to myself, “I wonder what her heart is trying to say to me?”. We have been married for 21 years now. That’s certainly a lot of life to live together. Over the years we’ve had our share of emotions together. Ups and downs, joys and arguments, fun and sadness – life. She has been quiet the past few days, like something is on her mind. I want to know what she’s thinking, what she’s feeling. So just like shutting things off to take a nap, I need shut things off to listen to what her heart is saying to me. Sharing a life together is just that, listening to what the other’s heart is trying to say.
Here’s a cool video I found of the human heart.
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