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livingourdream
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 Posted: Sat Aug 7th, 2010 11:57 am
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SHMILY


See How Much I Love You.

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 Posted: Sat Aug 7th, 2010 02:10 pm
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livingourdream wrote:

 



My grandparents were married for over half a century, and played their own special game from the time they had met each other. The goal of their game was to write the word "shmily" in a surprise place for the other to find. They took turns leaving "shmily" around the house, and as soon as one of them discovered it, it was their turn to hide it once more.

They dragged "shmily" with their fingers through the sugar and flour containers to await whoever waspreparing the next meal. They smeared it in the dew on the windows overlooking the patio where my grandma always fed us warm, homemade pudding with blue food coloring. "Shmily" was written in the steam left on the mirror after a hot shower, where it would reappear bath after bath. At one point, my grandmother even unrolled an entire roll of toilet paper to leave "shmily" on the very last sheet.

 There was no end to the places "shmily" would pop up. Little notes with "shmily" scribbled hurriedly were found on dashboards and car seats, or taped to steering wheels. The notes were stuffed inside shoes and left under pillows.

"Shmily" was written in the dust upon the mantel and traced in the ashes of the fireplace. This mysterious word was as much a part of my grandparents' house as the furniture. It took me a long time before I was able to fully appreciate my grandparents' game. Skepticism has kept me from believing in true love-one that is pure and enduring. However, I never doubted my grandparents' relationship. They had love down pat.



It was more than their flirtatious little games; it was a way of life. Their relationship was based on a devotion and passionate affection which not everyone is lucky enough to experience.

Grandma and Grandpa held hands every chance they could. They stole kisses as they bumped into each other in their tiny kitchen. They finished each other's sentences and shared the daily crossword puzzle and word jumble. My grandma whispered to me about how cute my grandpa was, how handsome and old he had grown to be. She claimed that she really knew "how to pick 'em." Before every meal they bowed their heads and gave thanks, marveling at their blessings: a wonderful family, good fortune, and each other.

But there was a dark cloud in my grandparents' life: my grandmother had breast cancer. The disease had first appeared ten years earlier. As always, Grandpa was with her every step of the way. He comforted her in their yellow room, painted that way so that she could always be surrounded by sunshine, even when she was too sick to go outside. Now the cancer was again attacking her body. With the help of a cane and my grandfather's steady hand, they went to church every morning. But my grandmother grew steadily weaker until, finally, she could not leave the house anymore. For a while, Grandpa would go to church alone, praying to God to watch over his wife. Then one day, what we all dreaded finally happened. Grandma was gone. "Shmily." was scrawled in yellow on the pink ribbons of my grandmother's funeral bouquet.

As the crowd thinned and the last mourners turned to leave, my aunts, uncles, cousins and other family members came forward and gathered around Grandma one last time. Grandpa stepped up to my grandmother's casket and, taking a shaky breath, he began to sing to her. Through his tears and grief, the song came, a deep and throaty lullaby. Shaking with my own sorrow, I will never forget that moment. For I knew that, although I couldn't begin to fathom the depth of their love, I had been privileged to witness its unmatched beauty.


Livingourdream,  this is such a beautiful story.  ::hearts

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 Posted: Sat Aug 7th, 2010 08:51 pm
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LOVING LIFE 118 wrote: .He said..it does not capture your personality! It shud be passoinate like you..it should be loving like you..
::TU:beautiful:

OH LOVING LIFE this is wonderful!!!  He saw your IB and reflected that back to you!  Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful words and bringing your amazing relationship to the thread!  YAHOOO!  ::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts

I also love the story about the synchronicity of your email connection!  I love that when that happens!

LOVE,
RRaven/Pauline ::woohoo

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 Posted: Sat Aug 7th, 2010 08:56 pm
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livingourdream wrote:

SHMILY


See How Much I Love You.


SHMILY!!!!
Oh Livingourdream I love this story!!!  So beautiful and heartfelt!  I am going to do this game too.  Jay and I have date night once a week and we take turns surprising each other each wk with an adventure.  Sometimes it is dinner and a movie and sometimes it is an elaborate event!  We have had so many wonderful date nights and adventures!!!  One time he ate a whole bag of hershey's kisses and kept the little tags from the kisses.  Then he put them all in a box and gave them to me and said if I ever want to a kiss to give him one.  hahahahha!  Then one time he wrote little sweet sayings on dozens of little pieces of papers and then stored them all over the house and it took me over a year to find them all :-)
::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts::hearts
Thank you for continuing to raise the vibration of this wonderful relationship appreciation thread!!!

LOVE,
RRaven Pauline

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 Posted: Sat Aug 7th, 2010 08:59 pm
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missmolly47 wrote: RadiantRaven wrote: I have gotten some feedback that my posts might be giving some people some cavities, but I don't care, because it is all about ME!  I love being SELFISH!!!!
Well, um, I had a husband like that and we know how THAT turned out:exactly:

i love you! 

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 Posted: Sat Aug 7th, 2010 09:06 pm
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Another thing that my wonderful husband does is opens my car door and closes it. Maybe a lot of people think that is silly, but I LOVE it!  It makes me feel so SPECIAL!!  I feel so loved and spoiled and appreciated and I feel like royalty!  It is so wonderful to feel the love from him!

It really isn't about what he "does" though it is about how I feel about him!  I love the way I feel when I am around him and when I think about him and when I look into his eyes.  His eyes are a deep blue and I feel like I could swim in his eyes forever!  I feel a deep connection between us that feels like time never matters for us.  We can spend weeks together and never get bored of spending time together.  I feel alive around him and appreciate his version of SOURCE!
:kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss::kiss:
yummy yummy yummy!  :exactly:
Radiant Raven/Pauline

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 Posted: Sun Aug 8th, 2010 04:18 am
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I love this thread:beautiful:...someone said it was giving them cavities?!

::LOL bring it on! I have the biggets sweet tooth evah! I dont know what is more adorable..your true love or you and how you love him (i say the later)!

It is so cute how he helps you shop for clothes...something i wanna do all by myself!


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