A Forest's Love
In a peaceful forest lies A young girl with bright blue eyes
Her hair shines gold like the sun
Like a rainbow whose colors align as one
As the morning sun rises one more
Casting sunlight across the forest floor
Whenever the morning sun rises
The pretty young girl smiles at the surprises
Oh, I'm supposed to see Zoey tomorrow. My son is watching her, while her mother works. He will be watching her 2 days a week, on his days off. He said he will bring her by to see me on the days he has her. Isn't that just grand? I think so. I wanted to share that with you!
Balboa: My inbox got corrupted or something, and I lost all my mail. Consequently, I can't write to you from there, or send anything, because the information was lost. Please write there when you can. I can't even reply, because I have nothing to reply to. I hope to hear from you soon. Take care, and as always, I send my best wishes, my dear friend. Take care! -Raelein
My dear friend, Balboa: I have not been in touch, because I have not been well. I was putting what energy I had into other areas that had been neglected. Please forgive me. I did not forget you, I assure you!
How are you? Please let me know when you respond to this, and let me know how your life has been going.
Our girl, Zoey, will be 3 months old on September 8th! So far, we are still on the every other Sunday scedule. It's really too soon to tell how it will work long-term - if they will keep up their end - but they've managed to do it twice now. It's glorious. I get to hold her and talk to her. She has the biggest blue eyes, and she'll look me right in the eyes, and a slow smile will spread across her face. She's doing really good, Balboa. Thanks for asking, and thanks for all the support you've given me.