We’ve been traveling for almost three months now. This means that we’ve spent approximately the last 2000 hours together, with one another being our only consistent support in our grand endeavor. And honestly, while that brings us closer and all that, when you do everything together and see everything together and notice everything together and are removed from the pace of everyday life together, you run out of things to talk about. Everything we take in about the world happens at the same time. Our conversations often amount to “hmm, did you see that, that was weird” … “huh, yeah.” Sure, there’s an awful lot of conversation about what to do next, what we just did, what do you want to eat, and so on. But there’s also a lot of comfortable silence these days.
So I think we’re both a little excited to have someone else to talk to. Get filled in on all the weird little things that make the news. Someone to update me on the football world. Theresa’s brother Greg arrives tonight to join us in exploring Lima, Nazca and Cuzco. Since it’s all got to happen in ten days, it will be a flurry of activity and we may not be terribly active here. Instead, we may be too busy talking.
5 Replies to “A Visitor!”
I honestly don’t know how you guys do it! I love my husband, but I don’t think I could handle that much continuous alone time with him. Have fun with your brother/-in-law!
I am glad to hear Greg arrived with all his belongings and pretty much on time. I know you all will have a great time. The weather report shows good weather for the time he is there. Hope that is correct. I can’t wait to hear all the stories when he gets home. Have fun and be careful.
You could have done better for your first visitor.
Had I been the expected visitor, I’d had to have canceled due to a number of ailments. So, maybe the right choice was made.
Have a great time together!
Have a great time! Try not to outrun Greg. Happy New Year! can’t wait to read how you guys rang in 2009.