Elizabeth Loses Her Mind on the Beach

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00:00

[soft playful music]

00:02

[soft tranquil music]

00:07

Oh God, look at that ocean.

00:11

It’s nice to have some time to myself

00:13

to think about being with other people.

00:18

Oh, that air feels good.

00:20

Oh, whoa, shit.

00:22

Oh, it’s gone. No, it’s gone.

00:25

It’s gone.

00:27

Okay.

00:29

[ocean waves crashing]

00:35

177 days of quarantine.

00:39

One rock for every day.

00:41

One rock to mark each day that, ow, Jesus, these are sharp.

00:46

Okay.

00:48

Look at those birds.

00:50

Do they even know what’s happening?

00:52

No, of course they don’t,

00:55

being able to get on a plane or not means nothing to them.

00:59

They are a plane.

01:01

I gotta learn to fly in quarantine,

01:04

right after French and Swahili.

01:08

Oh shit. God damn it.

01:10

Oh, come back here, get,

01:12

ow, shit,

01:14

ow, son of a,

01:15

God dammit.

01:17

Okay [chuckling]

01:21

God, I miss people.

01:23

I hardly remember who my friends are.

01:25

There’s Rachel, Sarah, Kendra.

01:29

Rachel, did I, wait, did I already say Rachel?

01:36

I feel like I should be exercising more,

01:38

but, then again, there’s no one around to see my body.

01:41

If a tree falls in the forest and it looks really fit,

01:46

do the other trees even care?

01:50

I’m just realizing Rachel

01:52

is a character on the TV show Friends,

01:54

not my real friend, let me start over.

01:58

Joey, Chandler, Rachel.

02:02

Ah, the sands of time,

02:04

each grain a passing moment.

02:07

Do we eat sand?

02:10

Can’t remember.

02:14

I wonder what other people are doing.

02:17

Making plans for the future or hoarding things?

02:21

Maybe I’ll start hoarding things.

02:24

I could sell these seashells by the seashore.

02:29

Did someone do that before.

02:32

I don’t know if that was a dream or an article I read.

02:36

Oh, fuck it.

02:37

Just start hoarding these shells.

02:42

Oh, it’s good to be out here.

02:46

Get some fresh air.

02:49

God, I wish Rachel was here to see this.

02:53

[ocean waves crashing]

02:59

[soft tranquil music]

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