of a contract for any part herein.
AUGUSTUS CRIBBEN. We don’t see his face yet.
rubbing his eyes. She sits next to him.
Me too. What was yours?
I can’t remember.
Why can’t we have our own dreams?
I know! Do you want some milk?
You’re not getting coffee.
Really milky coffee.
Oh I’m sorry. Go back to bed.
Can’t you just wing it?
Never seen you wing it.
It’s a bit tricky with structural
engineering. No-one dies if you skim abit.
You haven’t met their parents.
Gabe hugs her and tries to lift her out of her chair.
You’re working too hard. Even for you.
Let me get through open day and I’m yours
for the weekend.
Gabe sees Cam playing with the dog Clyde.
I woke up so he woke up.
We’ve got work.
You know you don’t have to copy
everything your Mum does. He’s going to
You don’t say!
Gabe dumps Cam on his bed.
Let’s play bombs!
What’s bombs? I can’t keep up.
Cam pulls Gabe over to his lego construction. It’s a house.
Impressively constructed for a five year old.
You know where you get that from don’t
towards the lego house with it.
Gabe watches bemused, winces.
You’re going to drop that on your toe -
exploding it utterly. Shouting:
Last warning. Or I’m hitting you with the
cold hands up the back of the neck and
down the spine. Loren. Loren.
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