My little sister decided to steal the laptop away from me and decided that she wanted to chat with Bry. They looked so cute together, even though my sister typed slow; Bry was very patient, always smiling, waiting for what could she be writing. I tried not to interrupt them; all I could really do was smile and giggle at the corner.
It seems like my little sister wanted Bry to come to Italy as much as I do. It’s like they’ve been playmates for a long time (but not really) and the only thing that’s left for them to do was to actually meet each other. I can’t wait to see them play all day and end up having a nap together on a soft carpet.
As they were chatting yesterday, my mom suddenly came over and sat on the other side of the computer. Almost immediately, my sister told her that she’s chatting with Bry. Thank goodness I took the chance. I told her that my Bry wants to come to Italy.
And she told me that heshouldcome.Should.
In Filipino traditions, it’s always a must for parents to meet the boyfriend/girlfriend. I guess that’s the reason why they don’t allow me to leave for Maryland. I told my mom that he’s not sure where he stay, his food, etc., and she said that it’s no problem (we need a bigger space for the baby’s arrival) and that she wanted to cook alot of Indian food once winter sets in (yum yum yum). It’s nice because she even want to have an Indian restaurant and it’s like she want to have the ideas from Bry like design, the food, and the ambiance. There was a permanent smile on our faces that day, as well as the tears on Bry’s eyes. I hope we’ll be able to spend Christmas together.
That night, my mom and my other sister even talked about an Indian wedding. I didn’t know how to feel; Bry will just spend a few weeks with me, but we’re not gonna get married yet!
On the way home that afternoon, I kept smiling by myself… such a happy day.