... and the view from the edge is so enticing!
He's at the airport on the other side of the Atlantic. By the time my work day starts, he will be airborn, soon to cross that large body of water that has separated us all these years. Oh thank heavens for the Wright Brothers and their wonderful invention: the airplane. And if I'm thanking technology I suppose I should thank this thing that did not exist when I graduated college: the internet .....
and blogging - who knew ???
The journey here has been nothing short of amazing.
Less than 12 hours ... ok maybe 12 considering he has a huge packet for immigration to review.
I'll be pacing the arrivals hall impatiently - checking faces everytime the frosted glass doors swing open.
And in 10 days .... the wedding.
These 'events' are important. They mark the points where we choose to follow the road less taken.
But it is the journey apart which will now become the journey together
that I am eagerly anticipating.
Travelin' mercies, my beloved.
I am here, waiting, on the other side.