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Okay, here’s their trip to the alps.
Lauren: Aww, look at that. Is this his first time on skis?
Jack: Oh, yeah. Apparently Harrison is a natural. Summer was terribly worried, and Kyle found the perfect instructor. Before the day was over, my grandson was bombing down the beginner slope. Here’s another.
Lauren: Oh, my, so much fun. They grow so fast.
Jack: Oh, I know. I feel like I’m missing out on so much.
Lauren: But Summer and Kyle send you pictures.
Jack: Oh, yeah, yeah. We video chat all the time. Last week, Harrison wanted to impress his grandpa Jack with the Italian he’d learned. It was priceless. “Aree-bo-dirtsi.”
Lauren: [ Laughs ]
Jack: It’s like a breath of fresh air, that kid.
Phyllis: Okay, well, I would have to be fluent in Italian, of course. And I’d be overseeing a bunch of young hot-shots, so I’d be immersed in the fashion industry, and…it’d be challenging.
Jack: You could do it, red.
Phyllis: Oh, I know that, i know that. It’s… do I want to do it? Do I want to? I mean, I could learn everything about the fashion industry, but I don’t know if I want to. It’s a lot to consider.
Jack: Well, you have been saying there’s nothing that ties you to Genoa City any longer.
Phyllis: Yeah, that’s what I’ve been saying. But there is one element that i forgot about — myself. I mean, Genoa City is my home. My life is rooted here. It’s made me the person I am, for better or for worse. And did I want to go to Milan and change me? That was the question.
Jack: Sounds pretty well thought out.
Phyllis: Yeah. It took me going to Italy to figure it out.
Jack: Well, to be honest, before you left, it was everything in me not to tell you exactly the same thing. I figured you had to learn that for yourself or you wouldn’t accept it.
Phyllis: Right, thanks. I mean, I don’t listen to people well. I don’t know if you know that.
Jack: You don’t say.