We forget most of the things that happen in our lives. It’s like trying to cup water in our hands. Most of it seeps through but the part that sticks enough to leave your hands wet, that’s what we actually remember. And I like to think of these memories as benchmarks that we use to keep track of time. To keep track of our lives. Of all the things I’ve forgotten, all the people, the places, the favorite shoes, the meals I’ve tried, the dreams I’ve had, I remember you. You have become one of my benchmarks, one of the memories that made the cut in my head and my heart.