I'm listening to Bru speak on the phone, but it's hard to actually believe what's coming out of her mouth. Gerrard? In my apartment?
"...come as soon as you can, Priscilla," she sighs at the end. "We miss you."
My heart melts. "I miss you, too... I'll try and come as soon as possible, Bru. I'll call you when I get there."
She pretty much squeals on the other end.
"You have no idea how eagerly we're waiting to see you again! See you soon!"
It's hard not to hear the smile in her voice.
"See you soon, Bru," I grin, before hanging up.
So Gerrard's been-
"-Your boyfriend's been camping at your house?"
The sudden voice by the door to my room startles me, to the point where I almost fall from the edge of the bed where I'm sitting. Whipping towards the source of the sound, I see Victoria looking at me all innocently from the little gap between the door and the wall.
"The fuck, Vira?" I scowl, pl
Keith and Bru chose a barn marriage, far from the cold of their home country.Priscilla and Gerrard helped prepare most of everything, and were currently receiving guests at the entrance. Gerrardand Keith's mother didn't show up, not even after being informed of the life-changing decision her eldest son had made.The sons had been expecting this, but Bru and Priscilla hadn't.They still felt let down by Ms. Southerford.Bru's parents, on the other hand, were all about the place, her father taking care that all guests hada drink in their hands, while her mother wasprobably helping her deal with wedding day jitters. What could be said? The girl had already ordered two boxes of pizza in the last two hours alone."I'm worried about Keith," Gerrard muttered from beside Priscilla, shaking an old man's hand before gesturing towards the other guests.Priscilla gave him a look, observing him growing more fidgety