America's loneliest governor, South Carolina's Mark Sanford, gave an interview Wednesday, commenting on his family and emotional state for the first time since his wife Jenny moved out of the governor's mansion last week. Asked during a radio interview about being alone in the state house, Sanford said: "That part's hard." Sanford stuck to the humble-pie rhetoric he's favored since owning up to the "consequences" of his actions, noting that his family "deserve[s] to be out of the fishbowl they've been in" and taking the blame for his family's troubles. But Sanford's romantic edge isn't gone yet. Speaking of his Argentinean mistress, Sanford spoke of issues of the heart—"I fell in love with one woman I should not have fallen in love with"—before returning to political pragmatism. "I am dead politically," he said. "I am not running for another office. I just want to make the most of the 16 months that are remaining" in the term.