"The truth was, April had no idea what to expect when she headed into the viewing room, which meant her imagination was running wild."

"A lot has changed in the last 60 years. Then again a lot has stayed the same too."

"It wasn’t that it was so hard to let go of the past, the past followed her everywhere. She thought leaving the farm meant leaving it all behind."

"Suddenly, April realized she had to do this alone and she stopped in the hallway, the walls wavering around her.  His voice sounded muffled and far away. “April?”

"Farming still requires a human touch...But April didn't have to worry about that now. She'd be gone soon enough."

"From where she was lying in bed on her side April studied the blue door across from her. It’s not a door to the outside world, at least not the world as she knows it."

"April had no one who knew her, no one who was obligated to be there for her. No one who wanted to be there for her. And the truth was, she was lonely."