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She actually did most of the talking. I did the thinking.
In 3 weeks, she is getting married– and she was talking about that. She was talking about what she wanted to take place on her big day. At first it was just a normal chit-chat. This is not the first time we talked about our wedding plans, so everything felt normal. She kept on talking, I kept on listening. Wedding gown, entourage, wedding songs…
She was talking about the wedding music repertoire when she said, “Nung narinig ko yung arrangement, parang naiyak ako… na-feel ko na…” Then there, in front of my empty sundae cup, it hit me… In 3 weeks, she is getting married.
I looked at her straight in the eyes and noticed that spark in her eyes.
She never stopped talking, but it is only now that I really listened… listened enough that I actually can feel everything with her. I realized that what she said the other night was true, “Hindi pa nag si-sink in kay Kai na ikakasal na ako.”
I mentally argued with her, and am glad I mentally did, because now she’s proved me wrong. Tama nga. hindi pa nag si-sink in sa ‘kin na ikakasal na siya. Ngayon pa lang.
This wasn’t just a normal chit-chat anymore. This wasn’t just a normal “sa kasal ko gusto ko”conversation.
This time, it is for real. It is happening. In 3 weeks.
She talked about the preparations… the things I missed… because I was away.
I got teary-eyed so I had to look away.
The talk went on and on… I looked at her again and listened…
It was the first time I saw her like that (aside sa pagiging stressed, kasi ang daming beses ko na siya nakitang ganun).
Her eyes were sparkling…
She was glowing…
And even before she finished talking, I already knew I was going to write about this.