It seems like yesterday when we last spoke. We just picked up where we left off. Seeing her at the church before I said “I do,” and possibly ruining my life, was the wake up call I needed. I don’t even feel bad for leaving Tina at the alter. I hope that doesn’t make me a bad person.
I had forgotten how much Joselyn and I had in common. Something always got in the way back then. Either we weren’t ready, or just trying find out who we were and where we belonged. Whatever it was, I guess the timing wasn’t right with us.
Spending time together evoked feelings in each of us that we didn’t know, or just forgot we ever had. Our minds and souls seemingly coming together as one. Our journey home is almost done.