In other words, he sort of felt like things should go one way, but it was still possible that they could go another. Nothing was guaranteed. That was a hard pill to swallow. So was the fact that she was actually floating outside of her body right now. Amazingly enough, the latter was easier to accept. "Sharks in tornadoes," she repeated, and shook her head. "I can't believe that's not the weirdest thing I've heard today."
She still felt like she had so many questions, yet at the same time didn't have any idea what to actually ask or say to him. The biggest question she had now was why her? The only reason she'd even noticed was because she'd gotten a feeling that something was amiss. But what if she hadn't? Would she have just gone on to the hospital like it was any other day? Stephen likely would've noticed but would he have told her? Would she even have any idea that something had changed?
"I know that it.. probably sounds ridiculous," she said. "But is there.. I mean, is there a way I can help you with this?"