“Have you ever noticed that geese, from a distance, sound like dogs barking?” he asks me as he lifts his glass of wine to his lips.
“No,” I reply, thinking him stupid. Really I want to stab him through the heart, but not really. I know I’ll regret it if I do.
“What do you want to do tomorrow?” he asks.
“I don’t know, dear. We’re on vacation. The world is our oyster.”
Maybe I’ll strangle you while you sleep and then I can go out on the boat by myself tomorrow and not have to listen to you whine about how much the cottage costs us per month and how much your shoulder hurts when you paddle.
“Maybe we should go out in the boat,” he says.
“That sounds like a good idea, dear,” I reply.