summer by the sea



She lost it again. “Put that down, oh my god.” Getting up out of the chair, she took the pasta and jar from him and put them firmly down on the counter. “We’re going out. To the store, at least.”

Isaac cast her a sheepish smile as he curled into her side briefly, he laughed helplessly and lifted his shoulders up in a shrug. “Do I get points for trying, at least? I just wanted to impress you, I guess.”

She took him by the shoulders and looked him in the eye. “Listen to me, Isaac. You do impress me. Every single day, I am impressed by you. You don’t have to be good at everything, you don’t have to do everything I want you to, just be you.”

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