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“Alright,” he sighed after the unsettling inhale she noticed as she approached. He took her hands, looked into her face, then drew all the focus of her eyes on his. Suddenly, she knew something very important had shifted in the grand scheme. She searched him without losing his gaze. “Your going to meet my family, now.” he paused as the reality sat in; when she finally took a breath, raised her eyebrows, and gave that smile he wasn’t sure if it was mischief or naivety, but he never took his eyes off hers as he raised her hand in his, opened her fingers and slid the Claddagh on her finger, “I hope you like it.”

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