She could hear the seagulls crying. Or were they laughing?
They could hear Gilly crying. Or was she laughing?
It’s all made up, for each of us, man or beast, by our subtle perceptions. We make the most of what our senses tell us. That deciphering of sensory stimuli that protects us through our lives, sometimes helpfully; sometimes not.
In Gilly’s mind, she was wearied of seeing both sides. One for her reality and one for the individual clients she worked with every day.
Her mind was made up. She would taste the dark side. She would cross over.