Most will know that Marion is often during the week away for her work. Aside from that we have a so called LAT-relation (Living Apart Together). The result of this that we mostly only see each in the weekends (maybe it is a nice idea that Marion and I write some time an article about this, there are many things to such a relation as we have).
It is very normal for me to wake up once or twice during the night. And when that happen and Marion is asleep beside me, I always enjoy it to hear her breathing, soft in and out. And to watch her sleeping through the soft moonlight that flows in the our bedroom.
Maybe it is because we don’t see each every day that I still feel my blood flow in a little faster through my veins when I watch her like this.
Some times I can see that she is dreaming. Mostly she moves a little. Saying soft things that I cannot understand. But I can see she is relaxed. So all is good.
But every now and then she is more restless in her sleep. I am always afraid she is having a bad dream about memories from less good times. When that happens I always want to wake her up, but I am assured by experts that this would not be good. Luckily when it happens it is not very long and I am very happy to see her relax again.
When I look at her in the half dark of our bedroom I feel really happy to have her in my life and that already for a nice long time. One of the best things that ever happened in my life, that is for sure.
I always feel the need to cuddle her softly when I’m watching her sleep, which I don’t do because I don’t want to wake her up!
(The picture, at the top of this article, is called “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and made by John Simmons in 1873. This pictures is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 100 years or less.)
(Credit picture: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by John Simmons in 1873, Public Domain)