And then, I laughed

Yesterday, after what seems like ages, I feel I laughed.

It was a good day for Ryan- one of his lifelong dreams came true- he picked up his new car- a car he has been wanting for a very long time. It is an absolutely beauty, a dream to drive and something he truly deserves. What amazed me is the pride I felt for him as he picked the car! I suspected a part of me would be jealous or I would feel a twinge of regret at some of the decisions I have made that haven’t allowed me to get a car like that but all I felt was a feeling of contentment as I saw the man who means the most to me achieve something he had been working towards for so long!

And when we took his Kelly for a drive, the two of us genuinely laughed! We laughed and shared a moment of utter, pure contentment like none other. It was absolutely beautiful. And then we went out for dinner with some of our friends- a lovely evening of tea, chats and just pure craic. And at some stage, Ryan and I started arguing and I kicked him and he hit me back etc but again, all of us just laughed. It was lovely. Absolutely lovely.

After a very long time, or so it seems, we laughed like we used to.

There is something about a good friendship and it really makes my day when things are good. All’s well that ends well.




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