Buddhaful Britt

C'mon Inner Peace… I Don't Have All Damn Day


Don’t let the title fool you into a false sense of satisfaction. Manny took a trip up north with my mother; it’s the first significant amount of time we have spent apart since he arrived in the United States, and… I’m loving it!

First, my son and I have spent some real quality time together, and it’s been AMAZING!

Second, I’ve realized (again) the meaning of my favorite quote; “Passion is a noisy thing but true love lives quietly.”

For the first time in my life, I have a man who I don’t need to worry about.

I trust him.

I don’t wonder what he may be doing behind my back, and I don’t sit awake at night wondering when he may come home, or pray that he’s sober when he does.

Manny is so much more of a real “man” than any “guy” I’ve ever had in my life besides my dad.

He is a “husband.”

I know where he is at all times, and those rare times that I may not know… I really don’t care.

Never in my life has ANY man made me feel this secure, loved or calm. It’s an incredible feeling which reassures me that my “quote” has been right all along.

That advise I’ve been giving… “Wait for that person who creates quiet in your soul.”

…I promise you, that’s when you know you’ve met the right “ONE.”

For my original article, and more depth please read the link, “Passion is a noisy thing… but true love, lives quietly.”

I love you Manny! THANK YOU!

Today, and everyday, I am grateful for my little family… kiddo, Mommy, Manny and Charlee too!

Happy Thanksgiving!  It’s a Buddhaful Life, isn’t it?

Follow our story in the links below:

Read about when I met “My Indian Boyfriend “—>HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: Prelude —> HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: Showtime —> HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: Indian Astrology —> HERE

My Big Fat Sikh Wedding: The Dress —> HERE

Surviving Long Distance Love—> HERE

Open Letter to my Husband—> HERE

Our Story, Retold —> HERE

Culture Shock: What to Expect?-–> HERE

Culture Shock: Six Months in America —> HERE

Culture Shock: Manny’s First Christmas —> HERE

Our Honeymoon: Rishikesh India—> HERE

K1 Fiance Visa: The Process—> HERE

K1 Fiance Visa: The Inteview —> HERE

Cr1 Spousal Visa: The Timeline —> HERE

Cr1 Spousal Visa: Interview Questions —>HERE

A Journey to:  New Delhi—> HERE 

A Journey to:  Jaipur India —> HERE

A Journey to: Dubai UAE —> HERE

Our First Diwali—> HERE

Giving Thanks, Shukryia  —> HERE

Being Sikh in America—> HERE

The Indian Grocery: Natural Products—> HERE

A Path to Happiness—> HERE 

True Love Lives Quietly —> HERE

Buddhaful Britt: Most Interesting Travel Blogger —> HERE

Buddhaful Advise: As We Think, So We Become —> HERE

Buddhaful Advise: Inner Peace —> HERE

Buddhaful Advise: Everyday Stress —> HERE

4 comments on “Separation

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  2. Aman Thakur
    December 21, 2017


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  3. Kay Lorraine
    December 27, 2017

    What a wonderful post! It seems like we often experience true closeness when there is an element of separation. And being away from Manny seems to have made it clear, just how close you two really are. Sweet! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • Britt
      December 27, 2017

      Haha thank you. I enjoyed our time away very much. 😂😂😍

      Liked by 2 people

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