That was all it was, but it was forever. My eyes met his, no they locked into his luscious chocolate brown pools. I could see he admired my new raspberry bandanna; he practically drooled as he looked at me.
I was so relieved that my hair was washed and brushed. I noticed that his was too, I appreciate good grooming.
I could feel the comforting rumble of the vehicle, it usually excited me, not this time; I knew that we would be moving soon. Moving on, moving away.
He had been making a raucous display of himself when we first pulled up, but when we stopped, he stopped; a sudden dead silence. Was it the sight of my bandanna or, dare I think it, ME?
My heart was pounding, my head was spinning as I attempted to mentally communicate to my driver, "Don't move,not an inch, stay right here, PLEASE!"
I felt the lurch, it was both the vehicle and my heart as we moved, slowly at first then picking up speed until I once again felt the wind in my hair as my true love and I were torn apart. I heard his lonesome howl in the wind as the other vehicle made a left turn, a turn out of my life, forever...