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From: ShiningLight1967
Date: Thursday, May 19, 2016 12:01 AM
Subject: 444 and the touch
My husband was the type of person that when he would learn something new, he would practice forever to make sure he was really exceptional at it. He did that when he changed from being a guitar player to a bass player. He did that when learning new technology, he did that with whatever new endeavor he was under taking.

Which is why today I believe that my wonderful husband is going to learn and master this ADC subject until he can really come through to me on a consistent basis.

In the past few weeks, I can tell you that I have seen his number almost every day... on my clock, on license plates when I am driving. It's gotten to the point that I see it once, and I count down on if I am going to see it two more times. I have often wondered if I am now training myself to look for the numbers, expect to see the numbers so I keep checking the clock or scanning the cars looking for his numbers. I have often wondered if I am trying to force the issue. I was thinking about this last night after I once again, saw his number on my computer clock at work.

Last night, as I was cleaning the kitchen though, not thinking about anything in particular, a cool breeze touched my shoulder that gave me a start. I turned around expecting to see someone there, and of course, no one was there. It surprised me and I gave out a little screech and jumped.. and then started laughing..

I knew instantly it was my husband.. brushing up against me like he used to do when I was in the kitchen. I told him that he was still giving me a start like he always did.

Today, after i saw 4:44 on the clock... after actively trying to avoid the clock, I started wondering if I was behind how often I saw his number or if h is just getting better and better at communicating.

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