05 May 2016

An Ode to a Sleepy Town

 A little after Alex & I came back home from Savannah I've missed spending all day with him. I've missed waking up whenever we felt like it. We woke up to the sound of a thousand birds greeting us as we slowly opened our eyes, limbs still entwined. We'd get dressed and head down to the coffee shop nestled right on the edge of Forsyth Park. We'd walk through the park, holding hands and commenting on the ridiculous things we'd see. Once we reached Sentient Bean we'd order our lattes and do one of two things; read our books, or talk. It's not much different from what we do at our coffee shop at home, but it was definitely laced with a different feeling - a feeling that kept whispering that somehow this sleepy town felt like home.

2 comments:

  1. Made me smile. I'm so happy for you two!

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    1. Thank you Terri. I feel like I'm in such an incredible phase of my life. I love having Alex by my side.

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