take your time coming home
And it is true, Crispus – as the boy named himself when asked, though Agron knows his eyes and hair are too dark to come by such a Roman name by birth – has arrived at their camp with little more to his Roman-given name than the clothes on his back and the leather around his throat.
- Part 1 of take your time coming home
“Baba?” Elazar sounds worried now, as if unsure whether he has overstepped some invisible boundary he did not realize existed. Nasir hurries to reassure him, knowing all too well how difficult it has been convincing Elazar of his place in their tiny patchwork family.
- Part 2 of take your time coming home