It's Amy's first weekend since returning from rehab. What should she do? She imagines drinking at a bar and gardening with her mother. Instead, she calls Levi and talks about going camping. The next morning, she makes a reservation, rousts him out of bed, and they head for a river. Things go well until she finds a stash of drugs in his gear. An existential crisis of sorts ensues. Written by
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You can try to escape the story of your life. But you can't. It happened. The baby died. The dog died. The heart broke. I knew you when you were young. I know your heart broke, too. I will know you when we are both old. And maybe wise. I hope wise. I know you now. Your story. Mine isn't the one I would have chosen in the beginning. But I'll take it. It is my story. It's only mine. And it's not over. There's time. There is time. There's so much time.
I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight
Written and performed by Richard Thompson See more