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To be someone’s marble plinth

The joy in his eyes and his wild enthusiasm for just about anything this trip entailed, providing the perfect counterpoise for my inflated emotions that consistently tend to unsettle the equilibrium when visiting Holland, like witnessing our boy availing himself of us as the base from which to explore this new world; oh, to be someone’s marble plinth. 

Still, glad to be returning home tomorrow.

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