The best man I know senses something is amiss even though I have not shared any details about this crisis in our lives.
The best man I know gets up in the morning and gets ready, often by the time I'm out of the shower.
The best man I know asked me yesterday morning what I wanted for breakfast as I was putting on my makeup. "A bagel," I said. "Half or whole," he asked. "Half," I responded (because I have no appetite). "Cream cheese or peanut butter", he questioned. "Cream cheese, please," I answered.
My breakfast is waiting on the table when I go downstairs.
Each evening the best man that I know feeds the dog. Sometimes I do have to remind him but he always does it when I ask.
This morning the best man that I know said again that he would make my bagel as he headed down the stairs to let in the barking dog. I didn't ask him to do this, he just saw that I was putting on my socks and recognized that I needed some extra time to get ready.
The best man I know asks me about my day and will just walk up to me and spontaneously wrap his arms around me and tell me loves me. The best man I know is caring and kind and I have no doubt that he loves me with all of his heart. He gives me sweet kisses and then will put away his toys.
The best man that I know is my six year old son and he gives me hope that, maybe, there are some honorable men in this world. I am so proud of him, his future is bright.
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