Connection

She was so excited to go on a date. I was too, especially because I talked her into going to get sushi with me.

At the time I had no idea that at the end of our time together we would have a connection that strengthened our mother-daugther relationship.

She asked lots of questions and I answered to the best of my ability.  At times she blushed and at times I’m sure I blushed.

As we left the restaurant she grabbed my arm, held on tight and told me she loved me.

I responded by giving her a huge hug and telling her that I loved her too.

Then we both laughed.

“I like that we can sit and talk about these things,” she said with a giggle.

“Me too.”

I miss my Abigail!

abigail at restaurant

One thought on “Connection

  1. Thank you for showing me that this type of relationship is possible with your step kids! I’m trying!! And letting them find their own voice. ❤️

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