Young Abby: That actually feels better.
Young James: [applying a mud compress to her leg] Yeah. I know. I was in the Boy Scouts for a couple of years. I hated it. I never really paid any attention to anything. But for some reason, I remembered what to do with wasp and jelly fish stings. You're lucky this is a wasp sting.
Young Abby: Why?
Young James: You have to *pee* on jelly fish stings.
James Anderson: It's been over a year, James.
Friend: I know.
James Anderson: How are you doing?
Friend: [shrugs] Okay. I guess. I don't know. Just, uh, trying to take it one day at a time, like you said.
James Anderson: I'm glad to hear that.
Friend: It's just that... there's still a chance, right?