Reflections (Or: On days and posts)

This is my 151st post. I have completed 150 blogging days. It’s amazing how time flies. And it’s amazing how slow time is.

I was always known as someone who loved countdowns. I am always counting down until the next time I see Marco. Doubly so without the usual summer trip to NL this year. Mostly because it will be so weird to not be there on Marco’s birthday in July.

49 days until Marco’s birthday.

106 days until Marco comes back (give or take a week).

168 days until Thanksgiving (when I visit my parents again).

195 days until Marco and I leave for NL.

208 days until I watch couches burn.

I can’t wait for the moment when I realize I want time to slow down forever, since I am finally with Marco and not counting down towards Marco time.

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3 thoughts on “Reflections (Or: On days and posts)

  1. I do believe a lot of people are following your count down Nikki. Virginia

  2. Awwww, sweet post Niki!

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