I watched as Alessio walked out with mum, dad, Thomas, Natasha, and Arda.
He brought them all to their feet, and had them stand in front of everyone in the yard.
The kids were at school, meaning that none of them would be seeing this.
Grace’s eyes watered as she looked at her husband. His eyes met hers, and despite knowing that he broke everything she had in her, he mouthed a silent “I’m sorry”
I knew that it broke him that he took away the one thing he wanted most. The fact that doctors told her that she might not have another baby not only broke her, but his heart too. He didn’t say it out loud, but he didn’t need to, if I knew Thomas in any possible way; I read his pain through his eyes.
Alessio looked at me, his eyes telling me what his mouth couldn’t; he didn’t want me to see this, and in all honesty, neither did I. I didn’t want to live with the image of everyone I ever loved
Alessio:I walked inside the bedroom and sighed at my wife’s state.She was sitting on the floor out in the veranda, hugging her knees, and looking into space. Her eyes blank and void of emotion as she processed the heavy events that happened today. I couldn’t blame her either, if I was standing now; it was because I knew that she needed someone to hold her.Years back, it was me in her shoes, and her in mine. I was shattered after being forced to kill my sister, and she had found out that her mother has plotted her death. She buried her pain inside for my sake during that period, being my strength.I opened the door, slowly walking out, and careful not to frighten her. I slowly wrapped my arms around her, hugging her tightly from the back, and it was seconds later when she gave into my touch.“Kia, you haven’t eaten anything since last night” I whispered to her. She has been standing strong for everyone, but I could s