'You're singing about your heart being broken in this piece,' I told her as we talked about the different facial expressions she could use and how her voice should sound.
'Well, how exactly does one look and sound when they have a broken heart?' she asked me.
And I tried to come up something better then – really, really, REALLY sad.
Yeah, I failed.
Still, can we stop time?
I like the fact that she doesn't know what a broken heart feels like.
And honestly, it breaks my heart a little tonight to think that one day she's going to understand how a broken heart looks and feels all too well.
At fourteen she's not that little anymore.
But I'd like her to be.
I really, really would.