"After all, to what privilege do I owe your visit?" "We're leaving, now, either with or without you. But I can't stand one more minute of this damn town." So you in or you out? "In I guess. Where are we headed?" "If I knew I'd tell you. But I don't so I won't. Just grab your credit card, and some clothes, and some snacks for the road." "Your insane, have I ever told you that?" "As a matter of fact you have"
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Another picture from the Day and Night series by Rebekah Holguin. Per the artist, "it is a sequential story featuring a lonely, bored and cheeky Night who kidnaps the Day to make his surroundings more interesting."
This rings true for me. There is a big part of me that wishes desperately we had met years earlier, so we would have had more time together in this lifetime. The other part of me knows that I would not have been ready for him, would not have had the wisdom to see and appreciate him, had we met too much earlier.