You'd better let somebody love youWe've reached the part of the illness where all I do is drink tea and listen to sad songs while I look out the window at the perpetual rainfall. Too sick to enjoy the melancholy awesomeness of my self-loathing, even.
Before it's too late.
Christ on a biscuit.
Caleb came to the door this morning, complete with crazed maniacal quiet-grin in place. I raised my eyebrows at the expression substituting for an envelope and he said Not while you're so sick, Bridget.
The look on your face.
I'm drawing up a few more plans for the property and I wanted to run some things by you.
I can't work today. I'm clearly disintegrating here.
Not work. Just ideas. What about...stables?! He looked so proud of himself.
You...um. You sold my horses. Remember?
And I'm trying to come to terms with everything so I can fix things.
Buying new horses won't fix the betrayal if that's what you're hoping.
Balloon popped. The look fades into very slight doubt. We'll start over. That's all I want to do. Make you happy.
You want to make me happy.
Yes. Very badly, in fact.
Bridget? You're going to implode, aren't you?
Maybe. I don't know yet but you might want to step back just in case.