Stand By Your Man: Part 30
Post by Onna Carr
Are Emma and Pete seeing each other?” Sunil asked. “No, not that way. Pete does come over, but if he wanted to marry her, he wouldn’t have given us both tickets to today’s game. Emma and Pete are friends. She can talk about Pete whereas she cannot talk about tu (you), Sunil. Maim (I) know maim (my) Emmaji—I’ve known her for thirty years. If she could talk about tu (you), she wouldn’t be in such danger of loving tu (you). She is doing pretty well because she figures tu (you) weren’t in the cards for her or tu (you) would be in the cards, but she does miss tu (you). Maim (I) don’t think it would take much for her to love tu (you)—if she doesn’t already,” Addi declared.
“Emmaji lives with purpose and walks in light. She believes life is what you make it, that life is what it can be. Maim (I) lived thirty years—nahim (no) problem. Then, maim (I) found something, and maim (I) feel like maim (I) am lost in all maim (I) used to know without it,” Sunil confessed. “It is because that something is not a thing, but a person—and that makes all the difference,” Addi explained.
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