By Lise McClendon
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He never talked about going to France, or mentioned this house where his parents had lived. She’d found nothing in his files about it, nothing about France at all. It was the one place he'd made no investments. It was clear: he didn’t care. Probably why he foisted it on her in death. Suddenly she had to see what that part of France looked like. Logging onto the internet from his computer she did a search for the little town, la petite ville, Malcouziac. Chapter 6 The first time she sees the village she’s riding in a dusty autobus, holding Weston’s hand.
You don’t deserve this. He didn’t. He was good man, an excellent father. ” She felt her chest cave in. The words hit her hard: Love him. Love. What was it? The realization came in a flash. She hadn’t loved Harry, not at the end. It was hard to admit. Her reflection in the window as he must have seen her last — haggard, gray, pale. Did he know? Did he care? She couldn’t remember when it stopped, it had been dying for so long. I didn’t love him. The realization filled her with something not quite like sorrow: a feeling of shame, of neglect.
She sighed and tried not to think about Elmer and his problems. She was a walking appointment book, her mind fixated on the calendar the way others memorized football scores and bird lists. It was a curse to be so obsessed with days, hours, appointments. Calendar Girl, Harry used to call her, teasing her as he asked on what day of the week the Fourth of July fell three years from now, as if she were a parlor game. And she knew, she always knew. Tristan sulked in the train. Merle forced herself to look at the scenery and feel joy — or something, anything — whenever she saw a redbud or crabapple in bloom.
Blackbird Fly by Lise McClendon