I didn’t make much of my marriage, but Daniel had told everyone so that at lunch time there was a big celebration in the canteen.
My face hurt from having to smile.
Yes, I know he is very nice and thoughtful and kind, so I acted nice instead of pulling out my hair and screaming.
On the way home Daniel brought up the moving in possibilities and I said:
“Let’s wait. With our different schedules it might be wise to keep the two flats and have the baby stay with you and I get sleep and then the baby is with me and you get sleep…”
He listened to me as if I had said something intelligent.
This would prove pivotal.