Jag etter vind

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2013
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- What? Now?

- Fabric.

- Oh, I see.

Did you get wood glue?

- They don't have any.

- Goddamn Co-op.

Well, you'll have to ask Hvard.

I saw your grandma often.

She used to come here alone, sat on an

old folding chair by the water's edge.

Sat there for hours, soaking her feet,

then came up here for a glass of wine.

"Waiter? May I have a glass of wine?

Thank you. "

She called you "that flirt".

"That flirt, he's so charming. "

- She hated it when we broke up.

- We didn't. You just left.

It was already over.

You never had time for me.

- I was 18 years old.

- So was I. You never had time.

If it's not true, then why was I alone

with my parents on that holiday?

- So it's my fault they died? Jesus.

- That's not what I meant.

- Hvard, I didn't...

- Yeah, yeah.

- Grandma said she came here regularly.

- No.

Or she did,

but that was just one year.

It's here.

She sat here.

Here.

Every Sunday for a year.

- My parents...

- Yes?

- Did she start coming here then?

- No, it was much later.

It was about three years ago, I think.

- Where's she lying?

- Down here at the morgue.

- I've never seen a dead person before.

- It's okay. It's like she's sleeping.

If you touch her,

just remember she's cold,

Probably in the lower 20s.

Room temperature.

We've taken out her dentures,

so her mouth looks odd.

May I put this in her coffin?

No, there's no point in that.

We're moving her to another coffin.

- Is it that hard to move a flower?

- There's a lot to keep in mind.

- Then write it down.

- What did you say?

- Jesus...

- Don't you "Jesus" me.

People put all sorts of stuff in.

Once I found a parakeet.

- You're kidding.

- It's true. You've no idea.

Nothing goes into the coffin.

- It's just a tiny flower.

- Sure, to you it's just a tiny flower.

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