A little more

It’s a little startling the first time you find yourself in a position like mine: your daily activities are intrinsically linked to another person, yet you feel like you’re acting as a completely independent person.
If someone were to ask me, “What are you up to these days?” my response would be completely different than Brandon’s. But now in my every day routine, I do things for him. I don’t really think about it any more, nor do I ever expect more than the occasional nod of recognition. Perspective dictates whether you’d consider this a rhythm or a rut. He throws me just enough curve balls to keep me smiling, and I’d like to imagine my crankiness has tapered down to a minimum.
I don’t know if there’s a lesson here, but I’m definitely still growing as a person.

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