Theme: Going Home: Part 3 Morning After
Posted by Sandi M in Chicagoland on February 12, 2018, 9:52 pm
So much for Valentine's Week and an engagement. |
(we left Richelle sleeping on the couch... alone)
"What's all the noise, Mo-om, what are you doing?
Mom: "I just thought we should all have breakfast together and have a talk?"
Dad: "I need more coffee, please."
Ryan: "I just need a new head, but coffee would be nice, thank-you."
Richelle: "Well, I'm wide awake now. What do you 'boys' have to say for yourselves? And, that means you, too, Dad."
Mom: "Who's going to want porkies and bacon? Ryan how do you like your eggs?"
Richelle: "Ryan, what happened?"
Ryan: No thank you, Mom. Richelle, I'm sorry we were celebrating. And, if we are going to be married, we can't go to bed angry."
Richelle: "I wasn't angry, you were passed out face down ACROSS the bed."
Dad: "Richelle, honey, this was my fault. Ryan wanted to come back after the dart tournament and well, it all just got out of hand. He wanted to come back and be with you."
Mom: "Ryan, Richelle, what's this about you getting married? No one has said anything to me. The waffles are done.
Ryan: "I love you, sweetie, to the moon and back. I'm sorry."
Richelle: "I love you, too, Ryan. Forever and ever."
Mom: "Oh, wonderful. How about a May wedding at Uncle Jim's farm in Woodstock. We've already talked to him and it's only about sixty miles from Chicago and then all your friends won't have to come all the way up here."
Richelle: "Sure Mom, but, I thought you said no one talked to you about this?"
Dad: "May would be good, and before the season. We got full cabin rentals after Memorial Day. Your Mom was just like me, she knew right away Ryan was the one for our Richelle. We always know these things, ya know. And, welcome to the family, Son!"
Ryan: "Phew, maybe I will try some of those porkies and eggs, now, Mom. And, please pass the coffee. I'm starving."
Dad: "Better stock up, Son. We are doing an ice fishing derby, today."
Richelle: "But, Dad......?"
Mom; "I thought we could go by Marla's and look at dresses. Who's going to be in the wedding? You promised your cousin she could be in your wedding, when you were seven, and she remembers."
Richelle: "Mom, dresses, oh, which cousin?...oh, I don't remember that."
What could be more Valentine's Day than a finalized ENGAGEMENT!
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