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I snuggle up close to Bergen, not because I''m feeling romantic, but because I''m feeling neurotic and self-conscious. What if someone accidentally elbows me in the chest? What if I bump into someone I know and my Cry Lady makes a scene? I don''t tell Bergen what I''m thinking, but he knows that I''m nervous. They''re old friends of Bergen''s and judging by the expressions on their faces, they are surprised to see me alive. There''s a round of hugs and hellos and then Bergen says, "I''ll be right back," and heads to the washroom, leaving us ladies alone to chat.
Michelle stuffs her hands in her pockets, gives me a nervous smile, then bravely asks, "How are you? I heard about your diagnosis. The beginning of August," I say, determined not to cry. You look great," Michelle says. Poke my eyes out? Let out a primal scream?