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How to unmake what I've made, the bodies I've made.
Most often we totally erase and unmake the work of others as if they had not existed.
We "make conversation" when we are at a loss; we unmake it when we are alone, or with those so close to us that we can afford to be alone with them.
I'm getting ready to unmake my plans: to cancel the movers, cancel the days on which each of my children would be assigned to drive me somewhere in the neighborhood, unpack some of the boxes I had already packed, getting ready to move to Vegas, reschedule my weekly appointment at the beauty salon, re-subscribe to the Daily News and take back my dogs from the people to whom I was giving them.