Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Frequency, how often, and wavelength

Here I am, right on time for my next not quite weekly blog post. I recently watched the movie Frequency on DVD. I have to admit that, while it is one of my favorite movies, I had to watch it in two sittings as I fell asleep part way through the first attempt. As I sat down to write this entry I was thinking about how often I'd like to post versus how often I actually do post. I realized it doesn't matter how often I have something to say as much as that I post when I have something to share.

That brings me to my the second meaning of frequency: wavelength. I have many times thought that I wasn't on the same wavelength as those around me, but I realize that at this point in my life I have a lot of good friends to whom I can express what I am thinking without worry that they won't dismiss my thoughts without regard. It's a good feeling to know that your input matters.

I am especially glad that I found a lady that I can always talk to. I don't know how some husbands and wives can exist in their relationship without thinking of their spouse as their best friend above all others on this earth. I know there are things that my wife may not enjoy as much as do (mainly the geekier things in life), but she always is interested in hearing what I have to say. I value her ear and her opinion.

I think that I will have to start posting something to generate more comments and interaction. Isn't that what a blog is for?

-BKW

2 comments:

bluelady said...

I am very interested in what you are thinking and what you have to say. Just because we are married doesn't mean that I know absolutely everything about you and I enjoy learning more about you! I love you!
~bl

Jayleigh said...

OK, the two of you all are about the sweetest thing I've come across in quite some time. I have spent a little time reading your blog, and your wife's and it's so great to see that you're NICE to each other, in love, and care for each other.

I love the movie Frequency, too.

Have a great weekend.