Would need to ask: even if it was the best, was it enough?
he’d moved in with us that March, after sleeping on a couch for too long at her mother’s house.
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South Congress bustled on a November evening still warm on our skin, though a cool underbelly promised change.
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Later that trip, she’d held both our hands, swinging between us with laughter thrown up to low black clouds.
Robotically, as if I had no choice: “To remind us of better times.” Specifically, that afternoon in the Guadalupe River, where we’d draped our clothes like blankets over the mesquite and lowered ourselves by rope into the cool green water, which accepted us quietly, wrapped around us as my legs wrapped around him, and I thought—This. As if I were already cataloguing them, already knew that one day, I would need to remind myself.