In a haste, I apologized, picked up a new pack of peas and found a clerk to clean up the aisle so no one got hurt.
I explained that it was all my fault, then turned to the older lady asking if I had hurt her. She said no, kindly and left for checkout.
Later that evening, I called my bf and asked him what he was up to, wondering if we could catch a movie but instead he said, his mum was in and wondered if I would like to come over for an impromptu greet and meet.
I couldn't refuse the offer as I had heard such great stories about the Stewarts. It was a weird feeling. I was nervous and at the same time excited. I said, "yes, yes, I'd love to, is everyone around or just your mum? should I dress casually or ...?"
"Just come...whatever you wear would be lovely, you've never disgraced me, I'd be surprised if you started now...and no, not everyone is here, just mum"
"See you, soon"
From the outside, I could smell the aroma of awesome food. Before I arrived I was no where near hungry but as soon as I walked in, the hunger pangs barged in unexpectedly.
He walked me to the kitchen as he prepped me or should I say comforted my anxiety.
"Calm down, jo"
"You'd be fine, she's not the judgemental rude, cruel type so just be yourself, she's heard so much about you, I'm sure she'd love you"
I'm there busy breathing in and out like a mumu. In my mind I suffered pseudo anxiety attacks...lol.
We finally arrive at this very faaaar kitchen which on regular days is a 30 second walk...
"Good evening ma"
She put her spoon down, turned towards me and...
it was her, the lady at the grocery store...
I hear crazy things about mother-in-laws. They're usually quite something, esp. to those girls who marry the first sons...talk about a pretty big deal.
When you marry a man or rather attempt to spend the rest of your life with someone, it is vital, I mean of uttermost importance that you analyse his family like you get paid to be extra careful. Actually you kinda, sorta do. If you don't pay attention to his or her family, you would pay big time for it, for the REEEEEESST of your life.
Besides the background check...when I say background check, I actually mean check his background out. How he grew up...family beliefs, family traditions, what they like and dislike, what y'all have in common, e.t.c.
I mean, the family has just gotta love you, if you're lucky, as much as you love their son/brother and as much as they love their son/brother.
One more thing...be kind to everyone, you just never know who's who. Plus it's a development of character. I can only just imagine if the girl had just walked away after hitting the older lady and her peas, without an apology...the story would have been different that's for sure.
I look forward to gisting you about what happened after my delayed flight on meeting this Prince, I spoke about.
Fasten your seatbelts...lol #punINTENDED
I'm too dry.