“MEMOIR: SURVIVING MISSING HER”

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TWINKLEBEAR WITH HER COUSIN: I miss her terribly, even for a few hours.

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RONALD REAGAN TO NANCY REAGAN:

“I more than love you. I am not whole without you. You are life itself to me. When you are gone I’m waiting for you to return so I can start living again.”

NANCY REAGAN ON HOW SHE AND RONALD REAGAN WERE SOULMATES:


“If either of us left the room, we both felt lonely. People don’t always believe this, but it’s true. Filling the loneliness, completing each other—that’s what it….meant to us….”

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Nancy Reagan said that people sometimes did not believe her—that she and President Reagan, would actually miss each other, when one of them left the room. Hey, I didn’t believe her. But that was before.

Before I met my one true Soulmate, Twinklebear Lesley Maclean.

In this hard-edged temporal world, it is easy to dismiss such seemingly soppy sentiments, as Nancy Reagan expressed about her and her Soulmate. I couldn’t find any legitimacy in it, myself.

“Miss each other, when one leaves the room? Ridiculous! Sounds like she was speaking metaphorically…to romanticize their relationship….”

…..I thought. Then I met my Soulmate Twinklebear, and now I completely understand what Mrs. Reagan meant—and understand how real-world accurate Mrs. Reagan’s description was. She was not speaking in metaphors. She was matter-of-factly saying how she and the President felt, with no exaggeration.

I now understand what she meant, because that is exactly how Twinklebear and I react, when we are not apart, even it is for mere minutes or hours. It has only been three hours since I had contact with Twinklebear, but I feel a crushing loneliness that I’ve never felt before, in my life. That is before Twinklebear, I had not yet met my one true Soulmate, the love of my life.

The truth is, I have felt this way ever since the very beginning, when Twinklebear and I met in late 2015. A day hasn’t passed, when this gut-wrenching missing of the other, hasn’t inflicted itself on Twinklebear and myself. From the spiritually-leaning literature I’ve read regarding Soulmates, this is one of the sign of true Soulmates.

There are many reasons I write. I have always enjoyed writing for itself, as it represents an opportunity to freely express, in an artful way. But I also find it cathartic to write, when I feel stressed. That is the reason I am writing now, three hours after hearing from Twinklebear.

God, I miss her terribly!

It is jarring now, to read the Reagans’ words, that ring so true, for Twinklebear and me. Shocking and jarring. There is no doubt that the Reagans were true Soulmates.

There is only one thing in this world that “fills the loneliness,” this terrible void that is there for me when Twinklebear and I are apart–and that is Twinklebear, herself. Everything else is, as Twinklebear says….

“It’s like I have to fill the empty void.”

I more than love Twinklebear. I am not whole without her. She is life itself to me. She completes me.

I truly can’t say it any better than Twinklebear said it. I always feel like I have to “fill the empty void” when we are apart. As a matter of fact, the very act of writing of this memoir, is to fill in the void, a way to kill time until Twinklebear and I are together again. As Ronald Reagan said….

“….I’m waiting for you to return, so I can start living again.”

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I LOVE YOU, TWINKLEBEAR
FOREVER AND A DAY
SUPER SOULMATES ALWAYS!
BEAR PACT FOREVER!
12 12 12 IN EVERY WAY

SCOTT “SOOKYBEAR” WONG

2 thoughts on ““MEMOIR: SURVIVING MISSING HER”

  1. Awww so lovely thank you my Sookybear. I love you always and a day. This article is testiment to our true ” soulmate status,” and how we feel when apart. . So brilliant and articulate you are . 121212 my Sookybear. So kind and sweet you are.

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