I’m home! (… I was stuck in this sentence for a while – since last night to be exact!) I arrived yesterday at around lunch time, and let me tell you, I have never been so happy to see the sun! After staying in England for a while you kinda forget that other countries actually have nice wheather! I was received with hugs, kisses, some tears (from my mother), and an all-you-can-eat feast. Here’s the thing about mothers: no matter how much weight you put on, you will always be too skinny for them!
“Why aren’t you eating? Is the food not good enough for you? Are you sick? You look sick! Anna, call your father we’re going to the hospital!”
Yes, drama runs in the family. Or maybe it’s just my mother? My father is probably immune to it – after 25 years of being married to my mom, he no longer gets affected by it. My sister, Anna, seems to have dodged the gene. And I am usually the reason for the drama! Everyone plays their part – team work! Luckily, mom is too busy with Easter preparations to put on the “prodigal son has returned” show, which always seems to amuse Anna. I don’t really care as long as she feeds me pancakes in the morning.
Anyway, today my sister and I are going to the cinema – her treat! She misses me, even though she doesn’t want to tell me, but why else would she come and watch a Marvel movie with me?
“Because you are not the only cool nerd in the family!”
So my sister thinks I’m a nerd… but a cool one! I have never been so proud!