Elisabeth sat back in her chair. She had been in this office at her home for more than five hours, talking with many clients. Her eyes fluttered to a corner of the room. A man stood near the window, his body covered in burns. Elisabeth tilted her head, standing and walking towards the man. "This isn't the place you need to be, Justin." Justin nodded, looking to her. "Tell Margie I'm sorry... Tell her I'm very sorry I didn't stay at home." Elisabeth sat down lightly on the arm of the couch, nodding. "Did you... Leave without telling her?" Justin nodded, frowning. "I left when she said I shouldn't. The fire.. It spread too quickly." Elisabeth heard the doorbell ring. She answered it, grinning as Margie walked through the door. "How are you, my lovely Ellie?" Ellie sighed, running a hand through her hair. "Epuise." Margie raised an eyebrow, shaking her head. "What?" Ellie giggled, rolling her eyes. "I'm so sorry. Forgive me, Margie. I seem to have forgotten what country I'm in. I said I'm worn out." Margie smiled patting Ellie's back and walking to the office. "I was wondering if my Justin was here, Ellie. You know I'm always anxious to speak with him." Ellie grinned, running to her office. "As a matter of fact, he is! He's been following me around for three days, Margie. But.. You know he should cross over soon." A tear slid out of Margie's eye, her body shaking. "I will miss him too much!" Her plump, old body shook as she cried, her eyes hidden in her usual handkerchief. Ellie consoled Margie, sitting down on the other side of the desk. "Well, you know my fees and what I require." Margie nodded, handing Ellie a one hundred dollar bill. "It's worth it; He is worth any amount of money." Ellie folded the money up, looking to Justin. "Justin.. Why are you so solemn? Margie is here." Justin vanished for a moment, reappearing beside Margie. "I see a light, Ellie.. I'm not sure where I'll go when I walk toward the light. Everything else.. It's all dark around me except for the light." Ellie glanced and Margie, frowning. "He sees the light. He's doubting crossing over in order to find a reason to stay with you." A woman appeared beside Justin, her eyes looking down on Margie. "I... I am Margie's mother. I must be with her." Ellie grabbed Margie's hand, shaking her head. "Justin will cross over. But your mother has unfinished business." Margie smiled, looking around the room. "Go ahead, Justin! I too will someday be with you! I love you" Ellie watched as Justin's figure vanished, her eyes looking to the woman known as Margie's mother. "I will speak to you more when Margie visits again, Jean. Goodbye." She saw Margie out, hugging her before locking the door. She placed the money in her safe, sighing softly as she walked to her room. Throwing her clothes off, she wrapped a robe around herself and ran to the bathroom. Without hesitation she ran a bath, enjoying the warm feeling against her skin. "Too many ghosts for the day.."