On the second day, he invited me to read his books again lest I feel bored. And he wanted to know what I do at home whilst he is in school.
Oh, the usual... I told him.
"Do you buy water?" (We buy filtered water from the dispenser. He helps carrying the kettle. Just so to give him some responsibility at home.)
"Oh yes, I do."
"Maybe you wait for me to come home, and I can help you."
And this morning, he asked if I would be waiting for him at the lobby when he comes home, like yesterday. Of course, I told him.
"When you are tired standing, you can sit down, ok?"
Aww, son.. Don't fuss over me. I can take care of myself. Don't 'mother' me. I'll be fine. Don't worry....
Ok ok.. To tell the truth, I love his concerns and sweet words. Continue pouring sugar on me, and lather me with love. Goolymama likes. ;-)
And when his ride came, he clambered on and launched his morning chats with Ada, almost forgetting to say Bye Bye to me.
Oh, I haven't kissed him yet! Ah.. but decided not to. It's too schmatlzy. It's the 3rd day already, mahmee! Let him go! *pull our white hankerchief* Bye~ Have fun! (Remember to drink water - this I didn't say cos I don't want to be lor-sore.)
So far...so good. :-)
Btw, Sofa So Good is a name of a shop selling ..what else but sofas? It's in Jatujak. Clever, eh?