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I thoroughly understood as the similar stories of Sarasota known as to me. Woodenly, I slipped my footwear on and stood up. “I need to move domestic. I can’t speak now. ” He rose too, and touched my arm. “We can make it paintings, Dixie. ” He intended marriage, residing jointly in New Orleans, creating a lifestyles jointly there. I stated, “I can’t imagine now. ” He leaned down and kissed my brow. Tenderly, the best way humans kiss a lifeless individual at a memorial provider. “I love you, Dixie. ” I touched my open palm to the facet of his face. “I recognize you do. ” 26 I drove domestic on autopilot, feeling light-headed and bizarre, stuck among a destiny that may be totally different than the only I’d continuously imagined, and a earlier that might continuously be part of who i used to be. i used to be stunned on the notion of Guidry relocating away, surprised at how I’d reacted while he’d informed me. while Todd and that i have been jointly, i might have him to a different continent. Why was once I so disturbed on the concept of relocating to New Orleans with Guidry? I didn’t imagine it was once simply because I enjoyed Guidry much less. It was once extra that I enjoyed me extra. I’d labored too demanding at studying to be at domestic within the individual i used to be to desert that individual. and that i wasn’t definite I’d nonetheless be me if I moved clear of the major, the place i used to be part of each grain of sand at the shorelines. I needed to come to a decision how some distance love can stretch, how a lot it may remold you and reshape you and depart you pleased you’ve replaced. If I went to New Orleans, I’d be someone else, and there has been no warrantly I’d be cozy as some other person. If i stopped up hating the individual I grew to become after I went with Guidry to New Orleans, I’d now not love him both. and that i knew, with a negative information, that Guidry feared a similar factor used to be taking place to him, that he was once wasting himself clear of his loved New Orleans. If he did, he might lose his love for me. there has been one other issue that I’d by no means thought of until eventually this night, yet now I needed to examine it. while my little woman died, part of me had died together with her. I’d by no means anticipated to have one other child. I hadn’t sought after one other child. yet now that Guidry had pressured the problem, I felt the assumption nibbling on the edges of my brain, and that i wasn’t convinced i wished to push it away. Guidry were correct whilst he stated we’d by no means mentioned the opportunity of us having infants jointly. Now it appeared unusual that we hadn’t. Even stranger used to be that I had no inspiration why Guidry and his ex-wife hadn’t had young ones. I must have recognized whatever that very important. I must have requested if their childlessness have been by way of selection. extra in particular, whose selection? If Guidry didn’t wish youngsters, I should still recognize that. no longer that i wished to have a child, yet sometime i would. i assumed approximately Ruby and Zack, and the way their love had turn into diseased through bitterness and mistrust. Had they selected to have Opal, or had she come as a lucky twist of fate? If Ruby went to felony and Opal was once lively away to dwell somewhere with Angelina, Ruby and Zack could by no means have a moment likelihood to create a kin. they'd endure the loss, yet Opal may undergo extra.