The baby, crying.
I bought diapers and clothes and toys and bouncers and bottles and everything I could think of to make that little one happy when he got here. And she took him. She took the baby, a month old.
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Gaudi had no money. He used whatever he could find, clapped it together, so one part of a balcony was this shape and the other entirely different. Imperfect perfection.
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We’re going to have a party for him but he won’t be there.
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The children are jumping around a ping-pong table out back. We’re gonna miss Sean, says Lee. He was a great guy. Great dad, great family man.
I’m not devastated. Should I be devastated?
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She went from being this terrifying figure in my life to someone helpless and human. I wasn’t sure what to do, what to say.