She did not believe he could have really gone, because for her, to leave the person you loved was impossible.
I think that's what you say when you can't have something you want, isn't it? You say you don't want it in the first place.
I think the rest of the world is not as cold and lonely a place as you think. At least I have to hope.
So many stars are popping out above us it seems you could almost dip your fingers up there and come out with a handful of stars.
It never occurred to me before, but there could have easily been a world with no buses, no horns honking, no red lights, no shopping carts, no gum stick to the bottom of benches downtown. For that matter I guess there also could have been no sun, no trees, and no ocean. None of those things had to exist, I guess. It makes me feel lucky that they do.
We don't know where Millie went, and we don't know if we'll see her again, but there's no reason not to hope. We don't know the answers, and maybe that's a nice thing.