I gave birth to nature baby.
He jabbers as we run outside, taking in the sights and sounds of the trees that we pass.
Sometimes he falls asleep from the rhythm and I can hear him snoring lightly.
I’m sure he dreams of sunshine and birds, because he is always in the best of moods in the outdoors.
When he is big and grown, I hope he’ll be running next to me as we tackle the big miles. His dad will be on his bike, keeping our pace steady, as we jump rocks and dodge branches in the forest.
For now, though, he is a nature baby.
so these last few days have been meaningful.
we have soaked our skin with laughter.
and the sunlight and the ocean have been good to us.
we have flirted with the rooftops of the seaside.
and only you and i know exactly what i’m meaning.
too much sightseeing may have killed us but we’re living
to do a little more a lot of fun over the weekend.
but now to say goodbye in the ‘morrow.
could be a year or even more ’til next i see you.
right off we clicked yes we knew what we were doing.
all the secrets that we spilled like our coladas.
because we knew we would hold to our promises.
but being alone on an island could be the death of me.
and i am so sorry to see you leaving.
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