I’m tired. Are you tired? I’m so tired. So, so tired. Is it just me?
No, I don’t think it’s just you. I’m tired too. Very tired.
What will we do? What should we do? Should we just be tired? Should we sleep? Should we do something and see if we can wake up?
I don’t know. What would we do? Maybe we should sleep? But would that just make us more tired?
I think we should do something. I think we should try to wake up. Or at least try to be less tired.
Okay. Let’s do something.
Shall we go for a walk?
We could do that. Let’s walk. But where shall we walk?
We could walk to town? Or to the lake? Or to the café?
Maybe we should walk to the lake and then to the café? Maybe the walk will wake us up and then we can stop at the café and have a treat. That might make us less tired.
Okay. Shall we go?
Yes. Yes, let’s go.
Okay. I just need to change my clothes.
Alright. So do I. But don’t tarry. If you do, we’ll never get going and then we’ll just be right here where we started.
Fine. True. But same for you. You’re just as bad as I am.
I know. Let’s go. Let’s get going.
Where are my shoes?
Under the bed, I think. Where’s my hat?
I think you left it at the door.
Oh, okay. Yes, it’s here. Where are the keys?
The keys? Don’t you have them?
No. Why would ask where they were if I had them?
They’re not on the table?
Are they in the refrigerator?
Why would they be in the refrigerator?
I don’t know, but you always read that people who couldn’t find their keys eventually found them in the refrigerator.
You always read that, do you?
Well, once. Once I read that.
I found them.
Oh, good. Where?
In the door.
Maybe we should just have a cup of tea here.
I think so.