Suspended in slow motion, it didn’t matter what we ate for breakfast. The mochas were fantastic.
We ventured out near a stream that I didn’t know existed anywhere near your apartment. But it did, and there was a waterfall. I felt a little bad intruding, the taste of artificial paper mango on my lips, in my lungs.
We didn’t have much time because we had to get back on the road, but it was okay because the waiting was worth it. Oh, so worth it.
We opted for an album on the way back. Remind me what it was.
I know I got a little sad when you drove away but it’s fine– obligations were calling our names and it’s Mother’s Day tomorrow.
Shoot, it’s Mother’s Day tomorrow. How can I express all the love I have for the mother and grandmother in my life when I don’t even have an idea yet? When all they do for me is priceless and there’s no way I could repay them?
I made two cards.
I hope they’ll understand.