Morgan sighed. “I,” she announced, “am so pathetic.” “You are not,” I said. “I am.” She went over and straightened the cling wrap, corner to corner. “Do you know how many times I’ve brought in devilled eggs? This is, like, the only time I haven’t been sobbing and that’s only ’cause I cried all night. And Norman,” she said, her voice rising to a wail, “sweet Norman, always just acts so surprised to see the eggs, and pleased, and he never, once, has ever acted like he knew what they meant.