There is no sunshine when she is gone


Dear Patience,

I hope that you are well over there. I read that it is not as cold as you expected, I hope you like that.
The sun shines in Kampala but in my heart it is winter. I miss you Patience.

Someone sung that thee is no sunshine when she is gone, that guy is right. Bamuwe kyanywa! The days are long and the nights longer… I toss and turn hoping that at least I can asleep for 1 hour, It seems like yesterday when I kissed your soft lips at the airport. You blushed and whispered that people were looking at us. I looked at you and told you how I did not care if they were looking.

I took Max to the vet over the weekend. He has not been eating his meals. The doctor said he has an infection in the intestines. He is due for an operation. I am scared for him. I know he will be fine, he is tough dog. We have been through a lot together. This week, I will be alone in the apartment.

Patience, I miss you. I miss your kisses. I work out more and I read more so that I can kill the time. If I have these 100 days, surely I will make it through the rest. Being alone in the house has brought me closer to me. I am getting used to the fact that I do not have to be gloomy because you are away. You wouldn’t want that, would you?

I go to church too. I pray and I have renewed my commitment to serve the Lord.

Till then, I am always yours!

Love you more than I admit…..

Still waiting
Still waiting

Missing someone gets easier everyday because even though you are one day further from the last time you saw them, you are one day closer to the next time you will.