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Drew sat next to her and placed his arm around her waist. “You loved the canyon, Kate, sometimes more than this life. I feel bad because I still do, and you’re so sad. But I have an idea. Something I’ve been thinking about while you were gone. Let’s make a deal. I won’t mention time travel again and you think about going to Lucinda’s wedding. That gives you until September.”
Kate decided to play along. “I like the idea. Lucinda’s wedding was wonderful. I’m glad it still happens whether we’re there or not.” Good luck getting me there.
“I’m glad we learned the things we do leave memories.”
“And change history. No matter how hard we try not to.” She leaned her head on Drew’s shoulder.
“Didn’t you tell me long ago, that perhaps it was meant to be?”
“I stole Maya’s old saying, ‘what will be, will be.’ She gets all the credit.” Kate lifted her head to look at Drew. “Sometimes I think that saying is her excuse for going back in time. She was the first to go back, to change history.”
“Don’t you remember you also said, ‘maybe it was meant to be’? Carl Jr. wouldn’t have been born. I wouldn’t be here. I should be long dead and buried.” He laughed had a sarcastic tone. “Well, maybe only the dead part. They never found my body.”
Kate gasped. “Don’t tease, Drew. My dad did the right thing bringing you here. He knew I couldn’t live without you.
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