Persons of the Dialogue
"Can you believe it? It's stuck!" said Angel.
"Oh no! I'm already late for my shift," said Waitress. "And to think I ran to catch this elevator. My father always told me, 'Never run after something you're not absolutely sure is good.' And I had a funny feeling about it, like I knew I wasn't supposed to be on this elevator."
"Well, if it makes you feel better, I'm already late to a meeting I'm supposed to run."
"What's the meeting for?"
"I'm helping a worthy company get up on its feet."
"What makes it worthy?"
"It's good people doing good things," Angel said with pride and satisfaction.
"What's it called?"
"I like that name. How long do you think it will take to get this elevator going again?"
"It shouldn't be long," said Angel with assurance.
"How will you help Company 319?"
"Well, I'm what you call an angel. I provide backing by way of money, influence, and advice."
"Must be nice."
"I feel honored and humbled to work with the people I do."
"We should push the help button," said Director.
Nick Pappas, pappasnick.typepad.com