The harsh buzz of your phone vibrating against the wooden shelf snaps you out of your stupor. You stumble out of bed, lurching towards the phone, its backlighting the only source of light in the room. As you pick it up, you note with a groan that it's 4 PM. Less surprising is the fact that it's Jonathan calling. He's the only one who still calls you on a regular basis.
Jonathan: Sorry, did I wake you?
You: Oh, no, no, I don't sleep any more. You know how I operate.
Jonathan: You should probably try to do something about that. How's it going otherwise?
You: Uh...well, I managed to eat a whole sandwich today. It had lettuce and ham.
Jonathan: Baby steps.
You: Yeah. How's it going with you?
He starts going on about some idea he has for a new invention. You walk back and collapse on your bed, not really listening. You're a good listener, you feel, since you're not likely to interrupt. Most of the friends you attract tend to be talkative types. You drape your free arm over your eyes and make the appropriate noises whenever he pauses. Still, he seems to sense something is amiss, as he eventually stops his monologue.
Jonathan: I think we really need to find you something to do.
You: There is nothing to do.
Jonathan: There's everything to do. Just look around you and find something you want to do and do it.
You: There is nothing I can do.
Jonathan: Forget can do, what do you want to do? If you could do anything in the world, what would you do?
You: I want it to be August so I can go back to school.
Jonathan: That's not what I asked. If you could do anything in the world, even out of this world...If you could be doing anything at all, anything you can think of, what would it be?
You don't know why he's asking it, but what can it hurt to answer? He is one of your closest friends, and answering will probably make him feel better, even if it won't help you. What will you say?
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