Re: [Call: Amy/Si]
[She listens. She notes the frustration, the sigh, the sniffing. When she speaks, she sounds decided? Not uncertain or angry or anything, just accepting.] It hurt my feelings to read what she said to you. It hurt my feelings that Casey didn't seem to care that I was in the house when it happened, and that I missed Audrey too, that I was scared for Audrey, that I didn't actually have the money to move out and be somewhere safe. All that hurt me, and I don't think Casey remembers that I messaged her and told her Audrey was sick before, and I even suggested Casey live with us, because I knew Audrey wasn't doing well, but Casey didn't want to be with her cousin. I remind myself of that, because it means I tried, even if Casey acts like I didn't. I'm not going to talk to her because I don't think it's wanted, and I'm sorry to lose her. I'm really, really sorry, but I know you're right about living somewhere, and I'm not turning down the apartment. And I offered to pay out the lease, but Casey said no. I offered.