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Just for you - a slight revision
I cleaned up the rough places that I could feel, and this only slightly revised version flows much a bow, I think I've learned some things!
I remember, as a teenager, watching my uncle Reb float, glide, around the skating moved faster than anyone out there, but he made it look absolutely effortless until you saw the beads of sweat on his face when he stopped for a wasn’t planning to skate last night, just watch the kids, but I said, “You’re not too old!” and despite his “Yes, I am!” response, he strapped on a pair of skates and took a few turns.
It wasn’t the was unsteady on his feet, worried that he would fall, and I could see that it was work.I saw the vulnerability in him, the weakness in his body, and realized that he is too old, and more than that, he probably hasn’t put on a pair of skates since years before Pat wasn’t as graceful, but it was a pleasure for them, another of those things they shared together like bowling league, card nights at their house, and road trips on the he was doing it alone.I turned away with tears in my eyes, and whispered, “I’m sorry” into the bustle of the concession ’s sorry , so sorry that she’s gone, and I think, sorry that he’s still ’s withdrawn so far into himself that he’s almost pt he’s he keeps working, one day at a time, and he puts on the face when we beg it of him.I left him with, “I love you, I don’t see you enough, I miss you, I miss you”.“Same to you, same to you”, he replied.
Pat once told me that in all their years together, he had probably only said the words “I love you” ten poured out the I-love-yous as a good wife does, and he replied, “Same to you”.Now he knows the weight of time lost, and he says the I miss you?Those words are the hard ones is present, it is right here and right I miss you speaks of what is gone and past, and ‘I miss you’ is where Pat lives.“Same to you”, he says.