Montage (GRACE AND LESLEY)
LESLEY: Are we so difficult for you?
LESLEY: Do we seem so wrong? (Pause from Grace. Lesley laughs gently) In London, whoever came home first would get dinner. Whoever was later would do the dishes and take out the garbage. Ellen would work late just to avoid dinner duty. On Saturday mornings we would clean house, do the laundry, lug grocery bags up five flights of stairs. On Sundays, we would fight over the weekend paper, have friends over for dinner, run out of paper napkins. Earthshaking, wasn't it? But you know how it is already.
GRACE: Yes. And you know that's exactly why it's so difficult.
--- Eleanor Wong, Wills and Secession