Agree with Blue, the conversation is stilted and seems like an outline if where you want it to go as opposed to what they would really say.
I think theres a story in here, but there's an utter lack of subtext. I hate saying show don't tell, but this is one of those times when it needs to be said.
Youre just telling us each bit, her fear of aging and losing loved ones. There's a way to convey this without just outright saying, hey I got a wrinkle, I wanna touch base with relatives before I die.
I recommend centering the POV in her head, and then spend some time getting inside of her thoughts. What is it about aging and death that leads her to want to connect? Maybe her wrinkle reminds her of her aunt, and she wonders how they are, how its been awhile... Etc. Give us a story we can contemplate, not a direct come to grips dialogue.
Thanks for the read
I'm just bored. Slinging the first thought that comes to mind, which is often poor advise.
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