Lacey was a particularly emotional woman at times and he tried his best to give her what she needed. Occasionally he screwed up. He’d obviously done that now, even if he wasn’t sure how or when. Give him a complicated business contract to create or read through and he could do it. But give him a woman’s idea of how things should work and he was lost. At the moment he was big time lost.
He studied her photo once more and reflected on the early days of their marriage. He hadn’t always been a stuffy, conservative man, who fitted his profession so well. There had been a touch of the romantic in him. It was time to find that side of him again.