Ted would play Big Fish, Little Fish with the girls while Linda read romance novels in front of a three-way mirror propped against her knees. Sometimes, he\u2019d be the Big Fish and chase the girls, and other times, he was the Little Fish, paddling just slowly enough that they could pile onto him in a heap of giggles and seaweed. They ate Linda\u2019s turkey sandwiches out of little plastic baggies for lunch and ice cream sundaes from the beachside truck for dessert. On days the ocean was too brisk to swim in, the four of them would hold hands as they strolled along the edge of the water where the waves kissed the wet sand. At night, after the kids\u2019 bedtime, he and Linda would sneak out to smoke in the briny breeze, or take a walk through the neighborhood, pointing out which homes they\u2019d buy if they could.
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