I don't know, Harvey, I just have this image in my head, you know how it is? How you get an idea and you can't shake it?
I know what you mean, I do. And I think it means you're a good mother. But I think you're letting it -
I know what you're going to say. That I worry too much. That I'm always thinkingi the worst is going to happen. But I don't know why they had to do that.
Helen, it's like the stairs to the basement. Yesterday you worried about that, and said we shouldn't buy the house because the basement door was around the corner from the kitchen and you couldn't see it if one of the kids tumbled down.
I can keep the door locked. Harvey. What I can't do is keep the kids from chasing each other around the house like they do. I mean around the house. I just can't get the image out of my head! Little Jimmy is running around the corner and he doesn't see the brick and slices his head clean open. Why is the side of the house angled like that, Harvey? Why?