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In which I confess...

I don't talk to many of those I love very often anymore. Even to some of my oldest, closest friends and family members for whom I have a very special place in my heart. It's not uncommon for women my age to say such things like:I'm just so busy!The kids...it seems like when I do get a chance to breathe, the last thing I want to do is speak to anyone! Time just flies by. I can't believe how long it's been!And all those things are true.
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