Monday, September 27, 2010

Where is home?

A friend texted me last week when I told her of my lab tests and she replied back with: “I pray that you will have a safe delivery and when Johan is born, that you and he will be able to leave the hospital together and make your way home.”

But, where exactly is home?

I know I’ve been very vocal about wanting our own place. But, that longing has doubled up now that I’ll be giving birth anytime soon. Hubby and I had a long talk about this a few months ago and it has been decided that we will move to their house in Cavite after I give birth. Then, recent issues had me stressed out and I told him I do not want to move there anymore instead I want us to find a place to rent. I’ve been crying over it for days (blame it partly on the hormones for this huge outburst of emotion and really my reasons are quite reasonable). I just don’t want to discuss it further here.

So, we had another long, serious talk about it. We weighed the pros and cons and he told me to just try it out first in Cavite. If it doesn’t work out and if my reasons proved to be true then we’ll be moving out. If I don’t love my husband enough I would have stood my ground and firmly tell him no. But, I do and I know he’s already stressed out (surely more than I am) so I gave in. Temporarily. At least.


Newlyweds said...

aww... home is in each others arms..kahit san man yun.. ehehhe.. ayaw pang lumabas ni johan, madaming ng excited.. isa na ko dun..ehehhe

Shirley Mae Tabora said...

Sis Mei, I never looked at it that way. I was too preoccupied with how the situation frustrates me that I overlooked the fact that indeed home is in each other's arms. :) Thanks for pointing that out! I now look at the situation much better now. Dami na ngang excited! I get a text message daily asking me if I'm in labor na daw ba. Hehe!

Mamee Nani said...

1 more excited mamee here! sis mae, goodluck on your johan. pray pray pray and everything will be fine especially pag nakita mo na sya promise =)

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