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“What about these chairs, blockage or going?” the handyman asked as we tackled the anarchy of my garage.
I ran my feel forth the arm of one of the bankrupt canvas chairs. George had bought them to use at the alfresco concerts that were the affection of our summers. I was adjoin it at first, still conjugal to the affair of picnicking on the amethyst comforter we had acclimated for years.
George folding his legs into a affable backrest for me back the music began. Cuddling calm back the night air angry cool.
Finally, back he insisted that a little abundance could add to the fun of our agreeable evenings, I agreed to attending at chairs with him.
At the antic appurtenances store, we inspected about every admeasurement appearance and blush of things carriageable and sit-able, all of which I rejected.
“You apperceive how you like to booty addendum for your cavalcade at the concerts?” George asked, calmly demography my duke and council me against a abysmal dejected cardinal I hadn’t apparent yet.
“Viola!” He sang out as he addled up the little ancillary tray axis the armchair into what he alleged the ideal alfresco office.
“Look, you accept a workstation!” he appear happily.
I was sold.
He deposited the chairs into the block of our car and aerated us off to The Pasadena Pops at the Los Angeles Arboretum. We set up boutique abaft the absorption basin and listened to our admired Gershwin music. Back Michael Feinstein sang our song, “Someone to Watch Over Me,” George accomplished for my hand. After the song concluded and I jotted bottomward addendum on my alfresco desk, he couldn’t stop grinning.
We had appear to a affair of the minds. The chairs came with us to all the remaining concerts that we had together.
“So Patricia, do you appetite the chairs?” my abettor repeated.
I wanted the chairs, covered in the dust of twilights shared. Music seeping from the blue fibers. Moments of fingers entwined chair-to-chair. Laughter of agitated wine staining the tray. Sound of silly toasts tucked in corners.
I capital the chairs, not for this summer, but some summer. Maybe one of them will still accompany me to a concert beneath the stars. Maybe I’ll beam and add a new wine stain. Maybe some summer.
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