Stacy Warner, Esquire (stacywarneresq) wrote,
Stacy Warner, Esquire

talking_muses #12C

I still remember back to when there was an us to talk about. We didn’t talk about us in the collective way other couples did, about one finishing the sentence of the other or knowing what the other was feeling at a given time of the day. Neither one of us bought into that side of things, we were both too cynical and devoted to our respective lines of work to dwell on that silly ordeal, but we did love each other. I think he might have actually loved me before I loved him, even though I was the one to say it first. Love is a funny thing.

And you don’t realize just how funny until it’s gone past. Until you’re looking for something else to fill that impossible void, and that’s when you begin to question just what you did. I’m still not sorry for how it had to end because it ended with him alive, and I’d much rather have that then the possibility of his death but the certainty of us being together.

We were happy once, when we were an us. I don’t know if I’ll ever be as happy again as when that was the case. But I’m happy as I can be now, and I’m starting to hope that maybe there’ll be a time when he can do the same. I just wish he was able to come back to me, so we could start fresh again...the way we were. Greg and Stacy, almost a single unit, without knowing where one ended and the other began.

I miss that sometimes.

Muse: Stacy Warner
Fandom: House M.D.
Word Count: 268

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