He's to go home that one Sunday afternoon. Tired from our weekend badminton games, Nimmy decided to rest for a while at home. He's done fixing his things. I got my cellphone and wallet in my cargo shorts.
I walked him outside our neighborhood street, carrying his badminton bag and other stuff. Both of us were tired and we're laughing on some stories from the office. I told him, "One day, I'll drive you to your family's home, so we won't be walking in this muddy short-cut to the main road. He smiled and told me, "I know it'll happen soon. Before you knew it, you're dreams are already fulfilled." I didn't take that to be serious from him. I was waiting for a punchline.
So there we are standing on the side of the road, waiting for a jeepney to ride my boyfriend home.
Then suddenly a half-filled jeep came right in front of us which has the sign of Nimmy's subdivision. It just passed and went on the road.
"Oh bakit hindi mo pinara mahal?" I asked suprisingly.
"Eh kasi mahal na mahal kita mahal..." he answered me back.
That was the most heart-melting move of Nimmy. I smiled till my lips reached my ears.
Happy 64 months mahal. Being your better-half for 5 years and 4 months truly made me a better a person. We know that we have our ups and downs, but we still remain to be the best for each other.
I love you, and I always will.