Leaving Home 2
You're talking to yourself.
It's an old habit.
Boy, you have a lot of bags.
Maybe I shouldn't take all this stuff. Well, but what if I need it?
I hope we can fit all these suitcases into the car.
We have to! . . . Oh, I have some things to show you. Here's a list of what needs to be done on a regular basis . . . put out the garbage, recycle the glass and the cans, the newspapers and the cardboard . . . don't put anything . . .
Dad's on my case about all of that.
You need to help him keep the place clean, buy the groceries . . .
I'm starting to realize how nice it is to have a big sister around. It's gonna be kind of strange without you.
Are you all packed?
I want you to have this.
Dad . . . another present? What is it? Mom's necklace. Do you really want me to have this?
It's beautiful. Thanks, Dad.
I'm sorry your mother isn't here to say all the right things . . . so I'll try, myself.
It's OK, Dad, you don't have to . . .
This is your home . . . If you ever need help . . . or change your mind . . . or anything . . . remember, we're here.
Thanks, Dad. Thanks for everything . . . I love you . . .
I'll miss you, God knows.
Well, you'd better get some sleep. You've got a big day tomorrow.