"I may not remember everything, but I remember enough."
The question was, what was 'enough'? What did Daniel remember? It was hard for
Jack to adjust to this new, different Daniel. He didn't think it would be a good idea
to just say to him, "By the way, you and me? We used to fuck like monkeys."
Daniel had been confused and disoriented upon his arrival at the SGC, and Jack
didn't want to confuse him any further.
He'd debated with himself about putting the picture of Sha're in the room they'd
prepared for him with some of his possessions that they'd stored away after his
ascension. Carter had been the one to suggest it, and Jack couldn't find a reason to
say no. But it had hurt just a little that Daniel had recognized the picture, even
though it had taken him a little time to remember the name that went with it, and
not recognized him.
Daniel had remembered a few more things, including, to Jack's surprise, Charlie.
He'd remembered Jack's reason for joining the first Stargate mission.
But when he'd said, "I remember enough," what had he meant?
They were back at the SGC now, and Jack was just about to head home. He was
overjoyed to have Daniel back, but his joy was tempered somewhat by his former
lover's memory loss.
"Jack?" Well, at least Daniel wasn't calling him 'Jim' anymore.
"Can I talk to you for a second?"
With a shrug, Jack followed Daniel into his room. "What's up?" he asked.
"You've been giving me some funny looks since we talked in the locker room. I
wondered if something was bothering you."
"Actually, there was something I wanted to ask you," Jack admitted.
"Go ahead. Ask."
"When you said that you may not remember everything, but you remember enough,
what did you mean?"
Daniel shut the door behind them, then turned and put his arms around Jack. "I
remember this," he said, and kissed him.