My ex has been here for almost a week and it's great!

United States
April 1, 2008 11:08pm CST
My ex b/f got out of the hospital from his bi pass surgery last Saturday and came to my apartment to recuperate. I thank God he's doing so well and we are getting along as good as I thought we would. It's almost like we haven't been apart these last 2 years. I might be reading too much into it but when we sit on the couch watching tv he puts his arm around much as he can considering his chest has just been cut open. He holds my hand much more than he ever did. Of course I'm waiting on him hand and foot but I did that when we were together. Today we went to what used to be "our" restaurant for lunch and of course it was great since it was his idea. I just have the feeling that we will get back together which is what I've wanted for 2 years. He did apologize for breaking up with me two years ago before he went in for the surgery which is a big thing for good thing about him being here is that I've gone from a chain smoker down to 2 or 3 a day and I go outside to smoke them. He's not the type to use people so I know he's not using me. His whole family is so happy that he came here and they have told him every time they visit him and he just smiles. So, do you think I'm wrong for thinking we might get back together? What do you think about the whole thing?
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@subha12 (18453)
• India
2 Apr 08
It is actually very nice and heartening to hear this. who can say, may be you are coming again closer enough. It may be more closer than the last time when he was together. You know if that becomes true, you will be the happiest person on the earth. there is nothing like getting back the old love again and again.
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• United States
2 Apr 08
You have that right! I feel like we have become a lot closer this week because he's had to change a lot and let me help him do a lot of things where before he was healthy and wouldn't take help from anyone. We're also doing a lot more talking than we ever did. It's like he's a "captive audience"