A few nights ago we set an alarm to wake us up as the lunar eclipse was in full swing. I woke up before it went off. I opened the curtain to the moon in full shadow. I could hear Eliza stirring so I scooped her up and brought her to the window. “I want to show you something,” I said.
“What?” she said.
“Look at the moon,” I told her as I held her in front of the window.
“Where?” she said. I pointed up toward the roofline we could see from the window. She stood, both hands on the windowsill looking into the sleepy darkness.
“I just want to lay with you,” she said. [Read more]