I cherish meals I can enjoy alone. The peacefulness allows me to savour the taste of my food.

I like running alone. I love the morning chill as my breath beats to the rhythm of my footsteps.

I love the smell of a warm comforting breakfast as I run by the houses. I love the smell butter and sugar as I run past bakeries that haven’t opened its doors for the day yet. Food makes me smile.

I always thought that I wouldn’t mind living this lifestyle. After all, I am an independent woman who can take care of herself. However, I am starting to believe that it is human nature to seek
companionship (probably for procreation reasons).

Is it just me or can you feel the moment when you get fed up with being single and you long to establish an intimate relationship? Somehow having your friends and immediate family isn’t enough anymore.

Since I’ve met you, I can’t seem to remember a moment without you.

You left yesterday.

I thought I would stop time and enjoy this alone moment.

But it doesn’t feel right. Even cooking and baking doesn’t seem as satisfying as when I knew that you were near.

So this is what people mean when they say that they are “missing their other half.” I miss my other half. You make me happy.

Like FOOD 🙂

2 thoughts on “WITHOUT YOU

  1. Hi there! Thanks so much for commenting on my blog yesterday. I can relate to your writings on being alone. I was in a long distance relationship for along time and had LOTS of alone time. Sometimes it's a blessing, sometimes it's a curse. Your run sounds lovely, though!

  2. Hey, I love being alone, too. In fact, I don't think I'll ever want to get married. I loved your description of running. That is spot on, exactly why I love running, too. It's all about ME and the morning!

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