Nell: It’s far too early again.
Me: I can’t sleep. I was just looking at photos of you all on the beach. Do you know that one was taken in December? Isn’t the sunset beautiful?
Nell: You should be resting. Put your electric blanket on and go back to bed.
Me: I don’t think I can afford to do that, Nell.
Nell: You have to stop worrying about money.
Me: I can’t help it.
Nell: Everything will work out. Just concentrate on getting better.
Me: I’ll do my very best.
Nell: Right that’s it. I’m going to ask for help again. If people could buy you a cup of coffee, or rather an Earl Grey, you might stop worrying so much.
Me: They’re already helping me with their supportive messages.
Nell: Remember they told you to remind them. The link to support you is pinned at the top of the Conversations with Nell page.
Me: I know it is.
Nell: All I am doing is looking out for you. Now go back upstairs and get into bed. We will talk later.
Me: I might make myself a cup of tea first.
Nell: Well, do it quietly, please. We don’t want to wake everyone.
Me: No, we don’t.
Nell: Try not to fall over a llama. Once one is awake they all follow.
Me: What are they doing in the kitchen?
Nell: Night fears.
Me: Weren’t they supposed to be sleeping in The Barn with the other large animals?
Nell: They were scared of the dark so Gladys brought them back here.
Me: I understand. Everything always seems more worrying in the dark.
Nell: You’re going to get through this you know.
Nell: We are doing it together.
Nell: So, let us help, please.
Me: Yes. Sorry.