Hang in there mates... we're all gonna be here for the both of youz ;)
all the best to you and Gareth, you'll both do fine.it's just temporary ;)cheers
Hey, just found your blog...very cool. I'm an Irish American, and gay as well-so your stunning photos of a country I love, as well as amazing photos of men at their finest are a treat.I didn't read back far enough,when is Gareth coming back? I feel for you man, Brian Morley(county Clair, county Armagh)second generation
I'm here wishing the best to both of you guys! I wish Good look for Gareth in Africa and you... hold on, you'll go through this for sure, it's gone be quick and soon he'll be back! =]Hug!
Its Sunday evening for you, which means the weekend is nearly finished, and Gareth has likely begun his journey. Actually, it is a journey for both of you. Be comforted by knowing that he is doing something that he feels he needs to do ... and know that he'll be thinking of you guarding the home front. It was good that you managed a few days away, holding hands, sharing, kissing ... and more. Details aren't necessary -- the love shows. And its that bond that will sustain both of you -- savour the times you are together, and the memories too. Just wanted you to know you're in my thoughts, and look forward to hearing how life continues for both of you.
It's Sunday afternoon where I am. How are you, AI? Let the love you have for Gareth get you through this! And you will!
Welcome Brian. Glad you like the blog and took the time to post a comment. To everyone else, thanks for the nice comments. Gareths project is going to last until May as the current end date for the clinic to be finished and up and running. So for now, not sure when we'll see each other again. Just have to take one day at a time and your comments really help, so thanks for taking the time to write them.
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