When I’m at home in Suffolk, we live opposite a river. There’s this little spot you climb down, by the river. I sit there a lot. You climb down a riggety-raggety bridge; we call it the troll bridge. One of my friends named it. I spend most of the days there in the summer. It’s really peaceful. You’ve got all the birds. Its good to think down there. You’re logical down there. You put your brain on down there. It’s where I find my back-to-normal after a long hospital stay.
Esme (talking with Filipa at a Taking Note pop-up event)