Jennifer is in the process of leaving her husband, Bill. She has
Jennifer: Bill, you knew I was leaving. Why did you get me a dog? Why did you decorate?
Bill: It's Christmas! You love these decorations. I did them just like you. And you always wanted a puppy. Little Sparky spoke to me at the pet store, didn't you little guy?
He tries again to give her the puppy. She won't take it.
Jennifer: I wanted a puppy five years ago. I wanted a baby three years ago. I haven't decorated for the last two because you haven't been here. Love doesn't live here anymore and neither do I.
Bill: Don't go, Jenny. I'm here. We're here. I'm sorry. I had work. I always have work, but it's for you, Babe. For our future.
Jennifer: What future, Bill? You are never in the present. I want a life now with you. Or I did.
Bill: Ok! No time like the present! Get it! Present.
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