This morning my sister in law called just to say hi. She and her brother, my husband, have always been very close. Anyway, we were having a nice quiet morning, there was no stress in the house and then while he was talking to her he said, "I have to ask you something, can I come live with you?" I was surprised. I asked him if something was wrong, did I do something to upset him, why did he think he had to go live with his sister? He said no, he was happy, seemed a bit confused that he was in his home though. Anyway, she and I came to the conclusion that maybe what he meant was that he wanted to visit her, not actually live there. After that he kept telling me that he was sorry, he doesn't want to go anywhere. Kind of weird.
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