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Lucky in love

on March 10, 2013

I arranged for Anthony to be wheel-chair taxied home today for the third time this week. We are doing this so often lately that it is becoming the new norm. Anthony arrives here at 2pm and is taxied back to the nursing lodge at 4.30pm.

There have been numerous logistical glitches with this arrangement, but it’s getting smoother.

When Ants arrives, it takes awhile to get him out of the taxi, but once he is on the front veranda, it’s like the good old days – just the two of us.

Today, Ants saw Ming before milking, then we visited his nephew’s family, then we came back home to have a drink before the taxi arrived and, for the first time, Ants accepted he had to go back to the nursing lodge.

We hugged and kissed goodbye but there were no tears from either of us – phew.

Anthony was/is my first and only love. He continues to make my heart beat faster. I am so lucky!


41 responses to “Lucky in love

  1. In so many ways we are lucky–we just have to recognize them. I am so glad things are getting easier for you and that you can concentrate on having a good time together.

  2. That last line is so beautiful Jules. True love.

  3. Robyn Lee says:

    you are such a remarkable woman Julie… and your love story is epic to me…… i wanted you to know that ~ much love — and I’m home at last ~ whew! xdl

  4. bulldog says:

    what wonderful news… a happy visit that does not end with sorrow… I’m so happy for you…

  5. tootlepedal says:

    One of the good days.

  6. It sounds like that routine is working out pretty well!

  7. viveka says:

    This is so heart melting, so happy that you have more quality time together – and I’m so happy that you heart beats faster still. I love this post, so positive and happy … the Julie, I want in my life .. so often as possible.

  8. I am so pleased this arrangement is working is well. We have one life: it’s so important to find happiness while we can; but I continue to admire the way you tackle the challenges before you, Julie.

  9. I think it is wonderful that you are able to have him taxied home for a couple of hours during the day and that he is getting use to having to go return to the nursing lodge after the visit is over

  10. victoriaaphotography says:

    Yes, you are incredibly lucky.
    I find it so uplifting and warming to find 2 people still in love after so many years.

  11. terry1954 says:

    that is definitely true love!!!! You are so lucky!

  12. diannegray says:

    It’s lovely that this is all becoming a little easier for you, Julie. I can just imagine how wonderful it is for you two to sit on the veranda together just like old times πŸ˜‰

  13. dcwisdom says:

    A very sweet story. Made my day! πŸ™‚

  14. adinparadise says:

    So happy for you that the home visits are getting easier. Love is such a beautiful state of being, isn’t it? πŸ™‚

  15. aFrankAngle says:

    Positive news and a positive event!

  16. Judith Post says:

    He’s lucky too. You two are rare–made for each other.

  17. I hear and feel that you are again in a happy place; albeit different than before when he was home all the time. You seem to be in a comfortable routine of seeing each other and making the best of all the precious moments that you can spend together.
    Sooooo glad for you >>>:)

  18. Lynda says:

    You do make me smile! I love this post! xo!

  19. bluebee says:

    We are fortunate – those of us who have known true love πŸ™‚

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