Will You Forgive Me?

The tombstone with these words engraved... "Near, far, wherever we are, our hearts will go on... " These are the words which are still intact on my husband's grave... 2.4.1997, the same year Princess Diana, Mother Theresa, John Denver leave the earth as well....

His picture is still hung above the office table where I put my desktop...each day I can see him looking down at me...doing my blogging on my pc.... sometimes I look and stare at him for longer seconds, sometimes I just glance and get on my way....

Many times I wonder.... if I were to see him again some day, would I be able to look into his eyes and ask him, "How did I do? Will you forgive me?"

 

I know I have not been perfectly faithful to you... it has been more than 14 years... our kids are grown up now, they have their dreams to achieve....

 

Eventually I will be alone, I am not worried about that, honey... but just to let you know that I have "strayed" .. feelings cannot be controlled... and I am afraid that some warm feelings have been declared to someone....


Please forgive me if you are looking out from heaven..... I love you....

 

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