I just know it. He said he’s going to come back by this hour, but look, where is he? It’s because of his friendship with Doo, who’s a liar through and through, and who’s going to influence my little honest gullible Dragon. What a nice little nickname–Dragon–I got for him? I love dragons. Men learn from each other. And such a horrible man like Doo will turn every man around him into a scoundrel just like himself. But Doo has charm and he knows how to flatter.
I am going to be firm. “Stop associate yourself with Doo.” First I won’t yell, but I will be severe. If he doesn’t listen, I will drag his dragon ear and shout with deafening sound. If he still doesn’t listen, I will threaten him with no cooking. He loves home cooked rice cakes and stir fried pineapple beef. I can’t believe he can live his life without them.
Now I am battle ready and I will win.
The key jingles and the door knob turns. He’s here.
“Oh, sweetheart. How are you? You look tired. You work too hard.”
“Sorry, I’m late.”
“No need to be sorry.”
“Doo keeps talking with me and I feel it’s rude to leave him. By the way, I said you cook wonderful pineapple beef and he really admires it.”
“Why don’t you invite him over?”
“I know you would say that. You are the best girl in the world. I will do that next time.”