We will then go out for a decent walk, sometimes and/or coffee, or a swim in the pool followed by chatting while we sit in the spa, or rarely a whack of the tennis ball.
Suddenly, it has changed. There is no four o'clock focus. At five past 4, I lay on the couch and had a nap. I waited for a friend to call in, who cancelled. (Well pssed off about that after the work I had put into the occasion). I poured a glass of wine and ordered a delivered pizza. I et lunch so late today, I couldn't eat much pizza. No matter, cold pizza for lunch tomorrow will be fine, if I am home.
To be so focused on your partner is probably not a good idea but I like it and R does too I think. If we had kiddies, I guess we would be focused on them and less reliant on each other.
So when some old woman call up radio and says, (switch to shaky old crone voice) 'I'm 80 years old and I lost my husband 18 months ago, after being together for 60 years', I wince, but I do appreciate what she is saying.
Careless of her to loose him. Has he got his mobile on him? Maybe she should call him and see where he is.
The subject line will keep you guessing as to who