Feelings of avoidance

Last night, I asked Phyllis to stay a bit longer. She said she’s be back, but I got the distinct feeling I would never see her again.

Please, God, make me wrong.

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6 Responses to Feelings of avoidance

  1. Lisa Bou says:

    Oh, sweetie. I pray that you see her again too. I hope and pray that I will see you soon too. I’ll write you a private message, tonight or tomorrow, about this. In the meanwhile, a private message will soon be winging its way about something else. I hope you like it.

    Love,

    L.

  2. Wyatt Earp says:

    What Lisa said. Praying you see her again. Praying you see all of us again. Stay strong, ask God for guidance, and enjoy every precious minute.

    (And don’t waste it on watching the Steelers!) šŸ™‚

  3. Phyllis says:

    Clay,
    I will be back. You must know that is true. You are my dearest brother in law.

  4. D. says:

    Praying for you.

  5. Lisa Bou says:

    I hope today has dawned better for you, Clay. I’m getting ready for church–today is the Sunday in Advent that we have a cantata, so I want to get there in plenty of time–but I wanted to check in here first and see if you’d posted anything new. I will be saying special prayers for you this morning, and I will ask God to send you the beauty and peace of the service.

  6. Xopher says:

    It is a painful joy to recall that Clay did see Phyllis again. I guess he was waiting for her. Twenty-five minutes after she returned to Valley View, Clay died, holding her hand.

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