Hug Buddies

2 thoughts on “Hug Buddies”

  1. I am a tactile person too. I miss my husband’s daily hug. He died in 1989. I still miss those special moments,that I so took for granted when they were there for the taking. My children and I exchange verbal hugs by text and phone, but it isn’t the same. I suppose that’s why I almost hug them to death on the rare occasions we meet since career paths sent them on their separate ways.

    1. I love words (obviously) but there’s just something that words alone can’t accomplish. That’s why long term relationships often don’t work out, because we need that physical contact. We crave it as much as we crave food, and it nourishes us. It’s so good when we can get together in person and hug the ones we love.

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