Saturday mornings Kit goes to the home to put half his flowers in a vase for his mother, who is still asleep. He needs the rest of the day for practice.
First he goes out to a vacant lot in the industrial park and stands in the middle, and rails at the sky. He tries to make deals. He begs kneeling.
Next he goes home for lunch, which is a casserole he made himself, and pretended to find.
Of the three town funeral homes, at least one is always occupied. He sits in back. He leaves the rest of his flowers.