Good grief, readers, I CANNOT BELIEVE that in all the thousands of posts I’ve written here that I have NEVER written about Goodbyes before. (I did, however, write a good enough post about “Closure” during my good first year of blogging and good closure is important for a good goodbye.)
It’s good that I’m writing about Goodbyes now because today I’m saying goodbyes to my good son Aaron, who is returning to his good school in Edinburgh and also goodbyes to his good girlfriend Widad who is leaving for the good city of New York before she returns to her good school in Scotland.
In my good work as a psychotherapist, I often ask good people how they tend to say goodbyes. Most people say, “I’m not good at goodbyes.”
Are you good at goodbyes?
I wonder if any of my good photos from yesterday relate to goodbyes.
My good husband took a photo of good Aaron, good Widad, and good enough me last night when we were having some good goodbye gelato after our good goodbye dinner.
Here’s a really good photo of Widad’s good cat Casper, who is home in the good country of Jordan.
Last night, my good husband asked my good son’s good girlfriend if he had told her anything about me before she met me and her good reply was this: “He told me that you were good to talk to.”
Because some of my good readers (probably in Great Britain) can’t see Vevo videos, here’s another one of that good song.
What makes good goodbyes is expressing appreciation, so good thanks to all who help me create good posts, including YOU!