TRISH： Well， I'm glad you're finally back. I was wondering what happened.
SARAH： I feel kind of stupid.
SARAH： We got lost coming back. I guess I don't really know this town yet.
TRISH： You got lost. You're kidding！
SARAH： No. We took a wrong turn somewhere.
And Joseph doesn't know the town at all. So I started giving him directions.
But I didn't really know where we were. So we got seriously lost.
TRISH： You could have called.
SARAH： I know I could have. But finally we asked someone where we were.
TRISH： You've been gone for two hours. How could you get lost for so long？
SARAH： Guess where we ended up.
TRISH： I don't know. Where？
SARAH： When we finally decided to ask someone， they told us we were in Grangerfield.
TRISH： Grangerfield！ You were in Grangerfield？
That's a completely different town！ How could you drive to a completely different town？
SARAH： I don't know.
The person we asked had to give us directions to the highway to get back here.
TRISH： Grangerfield is like a dozen miles away from here.
SARAH： I know it is. I don't know how it happened.
TRISH： Hmm， maybe I do.
TRISH： Maybe I have an idea how it happened.
TRISH： You were too busy looking at Joseph， and you weren't paying attention to the road.
SARAH： Oh， that's what you think， huh？
TRISH： Yes， that's what I think.
Maybe the next time you go out with him to buy groceries， you'll get lost for even longer.
Maybe six hours or so.
SARAH： You know what， Trish？
SARAH： I hope so. I really hope so.
TRISH： Hah， hah！ See？ I guessed right. You weren't watching the road at all.
SARAH： No， I wasn't. It's kind of hard to watch the road when Joseph is behind the wheel.