At the top of the stairs, I grab the set of shelves we’ve been hauling up to our apartment and lift it out of Katie’s hands to pivot it onto the landing.
She looks up at me in mild exasperation. “You don’t have to do it all yourself,” she says.
“You’re right,” I say, after all the excuses have filed unspoken through my head and I’m left just with my pride.
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