I know Ana too well. We are like sisters, now. We each know when the other is lying.
Sometimes I can’t digest my lunch I the same room with her because in her silence, she is saying to me, you don’t think I know what you did and in my silence she knows I am lying. I have to go lie on the bed in front of the fan.
We’re all we have, as if we were born with the same last names, but I sometimes sit outside at night so I won’t hear her screaming at me as she quietly watches tv.
-Estás enojada conmigo?- I ask her.
-Ni quiera Dios,- she says to me. -No.-
Hilarious, Diana; you are brilliant.
So glad to hear a friendly voice in reply–thanks, David!