Love Her Enough To Talk To Her

She always asks if I want tea. I almost always say no, but she still asks me. I began to realize it was something about having tea together that she was gunning for, so the other night I said, “Yes. Yes, I’ll have a cup.” She froze in her step and smiled before she went off and prepared a couple mugs as only she can (my version always lacks something). I took another bold step and when she came back–I …


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3 comments on “Love Her Enough To Talk To Her

  1. Randy on said:

    Nicely said Ron and absolutely accurate. It’s got to be the Italian in you:-) Molto bene paisan!

  2. Bernie Rangel on said:

    Ron you’re good. I lost my wife 5 years ago and have been by myself for 5. But I have refound love in some else and I’m doing ALL you talked about because it WORKS. Thanks!

  3. Gloria De La Cruz-Sandoval on said:

    Nice Sir; turning off the TV, very nicely done! …and what if we applied this “attention giver” to the everyday Joe’s in our life like staff relations? I imagined myself bringing my team a cup and telling them I’d love to hear how things are going at their community center then informing them we’ll let the voicemail take all calls for a few minutes….Might just turn an everyday Joe into a Super Joe when all along I was their everyday Joe. Food for thought…

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