Just like you when she smilesRating:
Don't own them; just borrowing.Summary: Dear Mr. Ford, you don't know who I am but I know who you are...Spoilers:
through The Last Recruit, just to be safeNotes:
#32 reflection. The title is a reference to Kate's description of Clementine in Whatever Happened, Happened. So I merge AU and original!verse. Whatever. It works for me.
When she's eight, she writes him a letter.Dear Mr. Ford, you don't know who I am but I know who you are...
She never stops looking. She'll send it, someday.
When she's twenty-two, they're interviewing some detective on TV, something about a decades long manhunt for a woman who blew up her father's house. Clem's not really watching, but something catches her eye when the cop flashes a grin, dimples.
It's the same face she sees every morning in the mirror.
She pulls the letter from its place in her wallet, worn, tattered edges. She thinks, now
. Finally.I know you're the reason my momma always cries.