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I’m Sure I’ll Miss You

A little dVerse quadrille, using the required “Go” word. Funny how you can have a set idea and then one little word sets you in the wrong direction.Β  Nothing a little sleep can’t cure, right?

Kitchen’s clean when I get home

Counter’s free of mess

No banged nose trying to open the door

shoes make good doorstops, I guess

You’re moving out you say?

You’ll miss us, when we go

no more complaining for you

Sad (perhaps) but true


64 thoughts on “I’m Sure I’ll Miss You

    • Dear Rochelle,

      Thank you, my friend. Oh I’ll go when they go… I’ll go yippee! And then I’ll probably go, it’s way too quiet here… πŸ˜‰

      Shalom and lotsa messless love,


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  1. That’s a nice a kitchen. I thought about asking if it was yours but you already answered that question.

    Kids leaving the nest, they can stay as long as they want. If they have a job and earning money, chip in a little bit with the household expenses, I can go with that. If not, but are helping out around the house, that’s enough too. Either way, the only rule is call home if they’re running late or they’ve changed their plans. When I left home at 21, I was off to boot camp, wasn’t sure if I was ready, but I couldn’t go to my DI and say I made a mistake, can I go home. You’re kinda locked in. It worked out fine. πŸ™‚

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    • I would love for it to be mine πŸ™‚

      Not me. I am at a point where I would like a bit more privacy. Maybe if my husband were still alive, the dynamic would be different. Now? They are always here! Of course Covid doesn’t help but still. If both are working, they help pay rent. It doesn’t help them whatsoever not to learn responsibilities. If they go to school, even if they work, they need not contribute financially. No matter the case, everyone participates in the upkeep of the house.
      I just don’t want to have 30year old kids still living with me πŸ˜‰


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