Losing your mate

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7 Responses

  1. I too understand the importance of a relationship with the perfect pair of gloves. The sadness of those losses is indescribable and yet I keep going back for more. Sad really. I think we should all strive for a life where gloves are not needed. 😉

    • Sharon Rasmussen says:

      Tracy, I totally agree with this, “we should all strive for a life where gloves are not needed.” 🙂

  2. Jim and Barb says:

    Despite your loss, it looks like you guys had a great time in the area!

    • Sharon Rasmussen says:

      Everything happens for a reason and the loss of that silly glove enticed me to write about our adventures. And, we did have a GREAT time!

  3. What a fun read…although a bit scary at first!!! Just can’t imagine really losing a Mate;o(( I believe that glove was the one that guided you around St. Augustine until it found the place it wanted to be:o)) Now you and David just have to hold hands all the time when it is cold…that ain’t so bad!!!

    • Sharon Rasmussen says:

      Maybe you’re right, Nancy. We certainly did feel like everywhere we ended up was right where we were meant to be. And, holding hands… not so bad at all!

  4. Your Glove says:

    Hi Sharon. This is your other glove. I’m out in the rain, covered in a mud. How could you leave me here. I miss your cold hand.

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