You dozed off, huh?
I guess I did.
I'll help you carry them up.
No. I'll take this while I can get it.
Do you remember when Steve and Shirl were this little?
They grow up, that's for sure.
Pretty soon they won't be caught dead like this.
Oh, they'll go full Theo on you, you can't prevent it.
Well, you know that one.
She would never, not even when she was little.
I wish I could just freeze them.
Keep 'em just like this forever.
-你胳膊麻了吗 -不 我
- Your arms asleep? - No, I'm...
You guys coming?
走吧 亲爱的 上♥床♥
Here we go, sweetheart. Let's go to bed.
My God, what a storm.
We slept through it, I suppose.
I hate storms.
Since I was a little girl.
And this one...
I slept through most of it, too, but it
gave me the strangest dreams.
I actually like them.
They relax me.
My daughter, though, is terrified of them.
I hope she moves past that.
I guess it's all about how we feel when we're young.
Doesn't ever really change.
I suppose not.
When I was 12, my dad died unexpectedly.
- I'm sorry. - Me, too.
It was a car accident, and...
one day he was there, the next day wasn't.
I didn't really know how to handle it.
I just was numb.
I didn't even cry.
Not even at the burial.
That isn't unusual.
Especially for a child.
A couple days after the funeral,
my mom left me at home with my little sister.
And I was sitting in the living room
in my dad's recliner.
It always made me feel so small sitting there.
it bubbled up,
and I felt it all, finally.
I started bawling.
It was-- A dam just broke.
And right then, I-- I heard these taps on the window.
And I thought it was weird, because
it had been sunny just before and it wasn't supposed to rain,
but... but it got...
it got violent.
I thought it had to be hail.
It just had to be, making that noise.
So I cried harder,
and the hail came harder, too.
And I'd been through hail before, but not like that.
No, this sounded like... like rocks, like actual stones.
One of the windows in my sister's room broke,
and Janet's shrieking, and I ran in there and--
And I could see it.
It was rocks.
It was-- It was small, black stones
hitting the windows, bouncing up off the ground outside.
I saw the stone that broke the window, too,
right there on the carpet.
It was about this big.
And my mom came running in,
and she was bleeding from her scalp, I remember that.
Just from running up the driveway, she got hit.
And-- And she grabbed me and Janet,
and she held onto us and we rode it out.
And as suddenly as it started,
it just stopped.
It's happened before, you know.
Harrisonville, Ohio, 1901, it rained
small stones over a whole town.
And then once in Sicily, but that was because of Mount Etna.
It spewed out pumice stone that fell on Sicily.
It happens in Revelations as well.
It does, doesn't it?
"Hailstones as heavy as a talent," it says.
How heavy is a talent?
About 75 pounds, I think.
Yeah, well, it certainly wasn't that.
The world didn't end, but...
I always kind of thought...
I thought it was my fault.
It was me. I'd had the...
hardest, darkest feelings of my whole young life that day,
and I just shot them up at the sky,
and somehow those feelings came together up there
in the atmosphere,
and fell right back down on me.
When Daddy died, I made it rain rocks.
These things make perfect sense when you're a kid.
It's only as you grow up that they start to sound crazy.
What was it you said to me before?
"There are more things in Heaven and Earth..."
than is dreamt of in your philosophy."
Come on, not now.
-我说了不行 卢克 -求你了
- I said no, Luke. - Please?
What's going on in here?
He wants to take some of my clothes.
Not for me, for Abigail.
You won't take my stuff for your imaginary friend.
She's not imaginary!
Please, don't shout.
but her clothes aren't as cool as yours.
They look old.
And I thought she'd like new clothes,
and you have so many.
She can't have your sister's clothes, Luke.
-艾比盖尔不是真的 卢克 -是真的
- Abigail isn't real, Luke. - Yes, she is.
- Tell Mom where Abigail lives. - In the woods.
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