She tires me. She’d say she appreciates me and the friendship we have and that she’s glad I’m always there for her when nobody else is, but she’s always out of sight. And I, I know it all too well, so I never expect her to be with me when I’m in need of someone (or in need of her). But whenever she needs me I’ll come to her, I’ll be there for her, I’ll wait for her, I’ll wait and wait and wait but she’ll be out of reach again (probably because she’s found someone better to be with?) It’s fine L. Be with whoever you want to be with. Just don’t tell me I’m the only one you have and leave me hanging when I think you need me the most. You have many people who are willing to do anything to make you happy, you don’t need me as a backup friend or anything of that sort.
Truman Capote, Summer Crossing
Map of the sounds of tokyo.
(I wasn’t in the mood to watch movies so I did fast forward through some bits of this but it’s a nice movie with a good storyline and you should all watch it)
Christine Feehan, Turbulent Sea