"There's an empty spot in my bed.
When I'm gone do you sleep in the middle?
When I'm gone I sleep in the middle. In the hotels. In the very middle.
And here. At the house?
When you are gone and I am here I sleep in the middle. I sleep on my stomach and throw my arms and legs as far as they can go.
I always leave the space where your body would be. I always sleep on the one side.
You are going to try to make that mean something, aren't you?
I don't think it means anything.
You want me to think that means something.
Of course it means nothing. It's just how we sleep. Sleeping is just sleeping."