You see me better than I am, she said & I’m worried what’ll happen when your vision changes
My favorite thing is saying something true, he said, but I’m a lot younger than you & don’t have to worry so much about my reputation.
I’m not worried about ghosts in general, she said. Just the ones that are related to me.
the hardest thing is listening well enough to quit worrying about dying
torn between wanting to stay & wanting to go & worried it will be the wrong decision either way
Leaning out as far as she can, hoping she’ll fall soon, so she can stop worrying about whether it will happen or not.
I’ve never worried about getting older, he said. I’ve been too busy worrying about getting caught.
I think I’m having a heart attack, she said, but it’s dragging on for hours. I told her not to worry. That’s how most people who work a full day feel, I said.
There are things I refuse to show you, my mirror told me. You’ve got enough to worry about already.
I only worry about the big stuff now, she said. The little stuff gives me a headache because of the bifocals.